Academic Phrasebank in english academic texts

Keywords: academic phrasebank, research paper, academic style specificity: evidence-base, impersonality, cautiousness, passive voice, nominalization.

Abstract

The article deals with specific examples revealing the features of the academic writing style, as well as the possibility of using banks of phrases when writing and / or editing scientific and technical texts written in English. Particular attention is paid to stylistic features and clichés when writing a scientific article and its specific divisions.

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Published
2019-09-25
How to Cite
Oleksandrova, G., Diukanova, N., & Kasianenko, A. (2019). Academic Phrasebank in english academic texts. Problems of Education, (93), 49-57. Retrieved from https://imzo-journal.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/4
Section
HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE CONTEXT OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION