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English Studies in Italy

Table of Contents number 1, 2022, January-April

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-14408-9
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  • TITLE: Oral Communication in English: Established Trends. Good Practice(s). and Future Perspectives edited by Annalisa Zanola and John Casey Gooch
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  • Vol.: XXXV
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    • Alessandra Vicentini
    • Elocution before the Elocutionary Movement: Exploring Pronunciation and Orality in Early 18th-Century Grammars of English

    • pp. 39-57, DOI: 10.7370/103898
    • Massimo Sturiale
    • 18th- and 19th-Century Theatre and the Standard Language Ideology: Actors as Elocutionists

    • pp. 59-73, DOI: 10.7370/103899
    • Eric Nicaise
    • Enhancing Oral Communication in the EFL Classroom: Teacher Talk as a Powerful Means of Language Acquisition

    • pp. 117-140, DOI: 10.7370/103902
    • Daisuke Suzuki
    • Epistemic Modality Spoken by Japanese Learners of English: A Corpus-based Study of Adverbial Epistemic Markers

    • pp. 163-184, DOI: 10.7370/103904
    • Embedding Oral Communication in Law Firm Websites: A Study on Identity Construction through Person Pro-forms in Attorneys’ Video FAQs

    • pp. 185-209, DOI: 10.7370/103905
    • Nicoletta Vasta
    • ‘The Podcast is the New Blog’: Oral Communication in Global Marketing before, during and beyond Covid-19

    • pp. 233-257, DOI: 10.7370/103907