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Wed Jun 11 2008
Qs: Requesting Feedback on FLL/SLA Book
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1. Michal B.
Requesting Feedback on FLL/SLA Book
Message 1: Requesting Feedback on FLL/SLA Book
From: Michal B. Paradowski <Michal.Paradowskiuw.edu.pl>
Subject: Requesting Feedback on FLL/SLA Book
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Following the acceptance for publication of a book proposal on the L1/L2
interface in foreign language learning and teaching, I would like to take
the opportunity of turning to the Linguistic Community with a feedback
request. With it being the author's first book, and especially given the
somewhat limited availability of relevant literature in the accessible
national and university libraries, I would be extremely grateful for any
commentary, judgment, polemics, or bibliographical suggestions that may
lead to a revision of the ultimate manuscript.
A chapter by chapter breakdown of the contents is available at
should anything there happen to be of interest to the Reader of these
words, I will be more than happy to send over the relevant sections (the
whole work as .pdf weighs 2.18 MB).
With the best regards,
Michal B. Paradowski
Institute of Applied Linguistics,
University of Warsaw
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