Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 40:1
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 40:1] 2017. iii, 103 pp.
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Table of Contents
Lead editor’s forewordpp. 1–2
Lexical diversity and the use of academic and lower frequency words in the academic writing of EFL studentsNeda Akbari | pp. 3–18
A corpus-based study of contextual factors influencing Korean EFL learners’ dative alternation: Lexical verbs, syntactic weights, and information structuresEu-Jong Song and Min-Chang Sung | pp. 19–39
Road sign romanization in Oman: The linguistic landscape close-upRafik Jamoussi and Thomas Roche | pp. 40–70
Storytelling in legal settings: A case study from a Crown Prosecutor’s opening statementCaroline Lipovsky | pp. 71–91
Geoffrey Leech, The Pragmatics of PolitenessReviewed by Saw-Choo Teo | pp. 92–95
T. M. Derwing & M. J. Munro, Pronunciation Fundamentals: Evidence-based Perspectives for L2 Teaching and ResearchReviewed by Sharif Alghazo | pp. 96–100
L. Grujicic-Alatriste, Linking discourse studies to professional practiceReviewed by Yuping Chen | pp. 101–103