Applied Pragmatics 1:1
[Applied Pragmatics, 1:1] 2019. iii, 91 pp.
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Table of Contents
The effects of corrective feedback with and without revision on enhancing L2 pragmatic performanceNguyen Thi Thuy Minh, Do Thi Thanh Ha, Pham Thi Thanh Thuy, and Nguyen Tuan Anh | pp. 1–25
A corpus-based analysis of so in written discourse: A comparison between L1 English speakers and Japanese EFL learnersShie Sato | pp. 26–45
Chinese L2 users as active social agents: Sentence final particles variation and identitiesYiting Han | pp. 46–67
Pragmatic outcomes in the English-medium instruction context: The influence of intensity of instructionAna Herraiz-Martinez and Eva Alcón-Soler | pp. 68–91