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SCILIPOTI_TACCONI_ZINKGRAF APIZALS 2019.pdf
Our experience with the use of legends of native people in the English class confirms that not only intercultural competence can be developed, but also chronological-temporal discursive formulaic sequences can be acquired in relation to the chronological organization of events. We describe the experience carried out at two evening schools and its…

Año: : 2019

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Valcarce_Lets_2019.pdf
New perspectives on vocabulary learning and teaching have shifted away from the conception of vocabulary as merely single words to adopt a more comprehensive approach that includes formulaic sequences. These expressions, defined by Wray (2002) as a string “continuous or discontinuous of words […] that is stored and retrieved whole from memory at…

Año: : 2019

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Peeping into myths and legends for chunks.pdf
Fictional narrative texts such as short stories, novels, fables, legends and myths share certain grammatical, lexical and stylistic features that make them unique. For this reason, it is of prime importance that students of English as a foreign language deal with this specificity in the classroom especially by exploring how ideas are developed and…

Año: : 2019

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