Responding to Research Challenges Related to Studying L2 Collocational Use in Professional Academic Discourse.

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Responding to Research Challenges Related to Studying L2 Collocational Use in Professional Academic Discourse. / Henriksen, Birgit; Westbrook, Pete.

I: Vocabulary Learning and Instruction, Bind 6, Nr. 1, 01.12.2017, s. 32-47.

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Henriksen, B & Westbrook, P 2017, 'Responding to Research Challenges Related to Studying L2 Collocational Use in Professional Academic Discourse.', Vocabulary Learning and Instruction, bind 6, nr. 1, s. 32-47.

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Henriksen, B., & Westbrook, P. (2017). Responding to Research Challenges Related to Studying L2 Collocational Use in Professional Academic Discourse. Vocabulary Learning and Instruction, 6(1), 32-47.

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Henriksen B, Westbrook P. Responding to Research Challenges Related to Studying L2 Collocational Use in Professional Academic Discourse. Vocabulary Learning and Instruction. 2017 dec 1;6(1):32-47.

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Henriksen, Birgit ; Westbrook, Pete. / Responding to Research Challenges Related to Studying L2 Collocational Use in Professional Academic Discourse. I: Vocabulary Learning and Instruction. 2017 ; Bind 6, Nr. 1. s. 32-47.

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