Multis vocibus de lingua anglica: towards an outline of an emotional profile of English as a major globalizing natural language of today

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Puppel, S. (2018). Multis vocibus de lingua anglica: towards an outline of an emotional profile of English as a major globalizing natural language of today. Scripta Neophilologica Posnaniensia, (14), 139–148.


Multis vocibus de lingua anglica: towards an outline of an emotional profile of English as a major globalizing natural language of today


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