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English Text Construction
Vol. 14:2 (2021) ► pp.203230

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BAWE – British Academic Written English Corpus
KIAP – Cultural Identity in Academic Prose
VESPA – Varieties of English for Specific Purposes dAtabase, Norwegian component
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