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When Learners Produce Specialized L2 Texts: Specialized Lexicography between Communication and Knowledge

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When Learners Produce Specialized L2 Texts : Specialized Lexicography between Communication and Knowledge. / Leroyer, Patrick; Simonsen, Henrik Køhler.

Proceedings of the XVIII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography in Global Contexts . red. / Simon Krek; Jaka Čibej; Vojko Gorjanc; Iztok Kosem. Ljubljana University Press, 2018. s. 329-338.

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Harvard

Leroyer, P & Simonsen, HK 2018, When Learners Produce Specialized L2 Texts: Specialized Lexicography between Communication and Knowledge. i S Krek, J Čibej, V Gorjanc & I Kosem (red), Proceedings of the XVIII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography in Global Contexts . Ljubljana University Press, s. 329-338, The XVIII EURALEX International Congress , Ljubana, Slovenien, 17/07/2018. <https://e-knjige.ff.uni-lj.si/znanstvena-zalozba/catalog/view/118/211/2969-1>

APA

Leroyer, P., & Simonsen, H. K. (2018). When Learners Produce Specialized L2 Texts: Specialized Lexicography between Communication and Knowledge. I S. Krek, J. Čibej, V. Gorjanc, & I. Kosem (red.), Proceedings of the XVIII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography in Global Contexts (s. 329-338). Ljubljana University Press. https://e-knjige.ff.uni-lj.si/znanstvena-zalozba/catalog/view/118/211/2969-1

CBE

Leroyer P, Simonsen HK. 2018. When Learners Produce Specialized L2 Texts: Specialized Lexicography between Communication and Knowledge. Krek S, Čibej J, Gorjanc V, Kosem I, red. I Proceedings of the XVIII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography in Global Contexts . Ljubljana University Press. s. 329-338.

MLA

Leroyer, Patrick og Henrik Køhler Simonsen "When Learners Produce Specialized L2 Texts: Specialized Lexicography between Communication and Knowledge"., Krek, Simon og Čibej, Jaka Gorjanc, Vojko Kosem, Iztok (red.). Proceedings of the XVIII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography in Global Contexts . Ljubljana University Press. 2018, 329-338.

Vancouver

Leroyer P, Simonsen HK. When Learners Produce Specialized L2 Texts: Specialized Lexicography between Communication and Knowledge. I Krek S, Čibej J, Gorjanc V, Kosem I, red., Proceedings of the XVIII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography in Global Contexts . Ljubljana University Press. 2018. s. 329-338

Author

Leroyer, Patrick ; Simonsen, Henrik Køhler. / When Learners Produce Specialized L2 Texts : Specialized Lexicography between Communication and Knowledge. Proceedings of the XVIII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography in Global Contexts . red. / Simon Krek ; Jaka Čibej ; Vojko Gorjanc ; Iztok Kosem. Ljubljana University Press, 2018. s. 329-338

Bibtex

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