Pragmatics Online, Kate Scott. Routledge: New York (2022), ix +168 pp.

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Xuehan Jiang
Lin Yu

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Jiang, X., & Yu, L. (2023). Pragmatics Online, Kate Scott. Routledge: New York (2022), ix +168 pp. Journal of Contemporary Language Research, 2(1), 68–71.
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