Figurative speech in dyadic discourse in the case of Chinese parents and children reading together

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Ma, J. 2002. Figurative speech in dyadic discourse in the case of Chinese parents and children reading together.
AuthorsMa, J.
TypeConference paper
KeywordsDiscourse; reading; speech
Year2002
ConferenceBritish Educational Research Association Annual Conference
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Deposited09 Mar 2012
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