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  1. PETER SAYER. Ambiguities and Tensions in English Language Teaching: Portraits of EFL Teachers as Legitimate Speakers. New York, NY: Routledge, 2012. Pp. xviii, 240. $150.00, cloth. ISBN 978–0–41589–773–0.

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    Instrument Reporting Practices in Second Language Research

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