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Denotation of the "n-th Week o
English Pronunciation: Bolth Part 1
English Pronunciation: Bolth Part 2
Orient vs. Orientation
English Pronunciation: Bolth Part 3
Polar interrogatives without
Negation in Contemporary French
Estigarribia Fioravanti, Bruno
Boas and Dewey
F Schiffman, Harold
Faehndrich, Burgel R.M.
Textbooks in Spanish
Compounding in Creoles
Farquharson, Joseph T.
Revised - American /t/
Language and communication awareness
Whispering and singing in tone languages
Summary of comments on
for Query 11.190:"a couple" vs