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Subject: Challenge From a Publisher
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We need to spice up donations and for this, Publishing
company Taylor & Francis has some special prizes for
Taylor & Francis has donated the following titles for the
next 10 donors who donate $50 or more:
1.Mapping Applied Linguistics, by Christopher J. Hall,
Patrick H. Smith and Rachel Wikaksono
2.Introducing Applied Linguistics, by Susan Hunston and
3.Applied Linguistics in Action, Edited by Guy Cook and
4.Applied Linguistics Methods, Edited by Caroline Coffin,
Theresa Lillis and Kieran O�Halloran
5.Just a Phrase I'm Going Through, by David Crystal
6.Language and Learning in the Digital Age, by James Paul
7.Introducing Sociolinguistics, Second Edition by Miriam
8.The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader, Edited by Miriam
Meyerhoff and Erik Schleef
9.Sociophonetics Edited, by Marianna Di Paolo and Malcah
10.Language in the Real World: An Introduction to Linguistics,
Edited by Susan J. Behrens and Judith A. Parker
These sound like terrific titles! Donate now and get
one of these extra prizes!
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