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The Ideology of Modern Literary Criticism in ChinaTong, QS199781
 
Images of English: old people as second-language learners in Hong KongYip, Ka-man; 葉嘉雯2003789
 
"Imagination's Commonwealth": Edmund Blunden's Hong Kong dialogueHo, EYL2009216
 
Imperial Globalization and Colonial Transactions: "African Lugard" and the University of Hong KongHo, EYL200663
 
Imperialist Narrative'Smethurst, P2003109
 
Imperialist subtexts?: cultural assumptions and linguistic imperialism in Hong Kong ELT textbooksAylward, Louise.1998321
 
Implicit Learning of L2 Spanish Stress RuleChan, KW; Leung, JHC201182
 
Implicit learning of L2 word stress rulesChan, Ka-wai, Ricky.; 陳嘉威.2012180
 
Implicit learning of L2 word stress rulesChan, RKW; Leung, J201288
 
The Implicit Learning of Mappings between Forms and Contextually-Derived MeaningsLeung, JHC; Williams, JN2011200
 
Implicit learning of tonal rules in Thai as a second languageLam, NSA; Leung, JHC201183
 
Implicit learning of tonal rules in Thai as a second languageLam, Ngo-shan, Alision.; 林傲山.2011170
 
The importance of re-naming Ernest? Italian translations of Oscar WildePablé, A200545
 
In other worlds: cities and elsewhere in modernismPremchand, Resham.2003188
 
In the picture: Orwell, India and the BBCKerr, D200448
 
In the series 'Salzburg Studies in English Literature: Romantic Reassessment'Tong, QS199773
 
In the shadows of the Third Reich: case study of a dialectologistHutton, CM2000109
 
Indian women in the house of fiction: place, gender, and identity in post-independence Indo-English novels by womenChanda, Geetanjali.1998318
 
Indonesian Chinese as rootless transnationals: the story of one family, three continents, and multiple languagesChen, KHY201320
 
Infinitival copular complement clauses in English: Explaining the predominance of passive matrix verbsNoël, D199897
 
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