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Praise for first edition:
A very clear, accessible introduction that will be invaluable to postgraduate students trying to engage with reading and writing in a critical way' - R.M. Lee, Professor of Social Research Methods, Royal Holloway University of London
Alison Wray is a Research Professor of Language and Communication at Cardiff University. Her research centres on the modelling of lexical storage and processing, particularly in relation to formulaic phrases, and it has been applied to language learning, evolution of language and language disability. Her two monographs Formulaic Language and the Lexicon (Cambridge University Press, 2002) and Formulaic Language: Pushing the Boundaries (Oxford University Press, 2008) are internationally acclaimed. She has a longstanding commitment to researcher training, including the developing of academic expertise.
I strongly recommend this book for post-graduate research students. Read this book in your first year. It will guide you until the end. Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Yara
God bok, easy to use and understand. Wish i had readthis years ago to help me with my essay writting.Published 9 months ago by Mrs Zoe Mills
Thank you!Thank you!! The book came like promised. It was in good condition and no complaints. I didn't not finish reading the book yet but hopefully it is helpful.Published 10 months ago by Julia A Bojko
Great assistance book for a new graduate student. step by step may help you a lot. cover design and the inner design are neat and organized.Published 11 months ago by rachel jeon
Have already suggested to colleagues on Masters course they should buy a copy, easy to read and full of good advicePublished 12 months ago by Dorset EYP
This book was recommended by lecturers.
I find it easy to study.
It's a must have in a PG students' book shelve.
It's very informative and educative. Read more