Professional and Academic Discourse: an Interdisciplinary Perspective

39 articles373 pagesPublished: February 23, 2017


Keynote Talk
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1. Language acquisition
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2. Language Teaching
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3. Language for Specific Purposes
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4. Sociolinguistics
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5. Pragmatics
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6. Discourse Analysis
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7. Corpus Linguistics, Computational Linguistics and Linguistic Engineering
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8.Translation and Interpreting
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