English Tourism Discourse: Insights into the Professional, Promotional and Digital Language of Tourism. Stefania M. Maci
Keywords:English tourism discourse, specialized languages, generic analysis, corpus-based approach, promotional discourse
AbstractReview of English Tourism Discourse: Insights into the Professional, Promotional and Digital Language of Tourism by Stefania M. Maci
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