Contemporary Applied Linguistics: Volume One Language by Li Wei, Vivian Cook

By Li Wei, Vivian Cook

Written via the world over popular lecturers, this quantity presents a picture of the sector of utilized linguistics, and illustrates how linguistics is informing and fascinating with neighbouring disciplines. The members current new learn within the 'traditional' parts of utilized linguistics, together with multilingualism, language schooling, teacher-learner relationships, and review. It represents the easiest of present perform in utilized linguistics, and may be beneficial to scholars and researchers trying to find an summary of the sector.

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