Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 7, Winter 1982
Language and languages--Orthography and spelling
Forms of Address
French language--Québec (Province)
English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers
Grammar, Comparative and general--Case
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AbstractOwing to serious organizational difficulties combined with the heavy workloads of those involved with publication, this seventh issue of the Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics belatedly appears in February 1982. As in the past, we ask that our readers treat these articles as working papers; their appearance here does not preclude their publication in a different form elsewhere.
GrantingagencyUniversity of Calgary Students' Union
CitationJehn, R. D., & Rowsell, L. (Eds.) (1982). Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 7(Winter).
InstitutionUniversity of Calgary
PublisherUniversity of Calgary
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