April 1998
Applied Linguistics;Apr1998, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p155
Academic Journal
A bibliography on the subject of applied linguistics is presented including the books "Second Language Acquisition," by R. Ellis, "Second Language Acquisition," edited by R. Hasan and G. Williams, and "Teacher Education for Languages for Specific Purposes," edited by L. Howard and G. Brown.


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