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The interactional feedback dimension in instructed second language learning : linking theory, research, and practice / Hossein Nassaji. - London [etc.] : Bloomsbury, 2016

This book examines current advances in the role of interactional feedback in second language (L2) teaching and learning. Drawing on recent theory and research in both classroom and laboratory contexts, the book explores a wide range of issues regarding interactional feedback and their relevance for both theory and practice, including how interactional feedback is used, processed, and contributes to L2 acquisition. This book will provide a useful resource for applied linguistics students and academics as well as language teachers and teacher educators who would like to gain insight into the role of interactional feedback and how it can be used as a means of integrating form and meaning in classroom contexts.

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Marxismo e filosofia del linguaggio : introduzione di Augusto Ponzio / V. N. Volosinov. - Bari : Dedalo libri, 1976

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Metrica e poesia : lezioni sulle forme metriche italiane / Mario Fubini. - Milano : Feltrinelli, 1962-

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Mittelalterphilologien heute 1 : eine Standortbestimmung : die germanischen Philologie / herausgegeben von Alessandra Molinari ; unter Mitwirkung von Michael Dallapiazza. - Würzburg : Königshausen & Neumann, c2016

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Negation in early English : grammatical and functional change / Phillip W. Wallage. - Cambridge : Cambridge University press, 2017

Informed by detailed analysis of data from large-scale diachronic corpora, this book is a comprehensive account of changes to the expression of negation in English. Its methodological approach brings together up-to-date techniques from corpus linguistics and minimalist syntactic analysis to identify and characterise a series of interrelated changes affecting negation during the period 800–1700. Phillip Wallage uses cutting-edge statistical techniques and large-scale corpora to model changes in English negation over a period of nine hundred years. These models provide crucial empirical evidence which reveals the specific processes of syntactic and functional change affecting early English negation, and identifies diachronic relationships between these processes.

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