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Research and Practice in Adult Literacy – a friendly group

And on a lighter note to finish today’s posts, An Illustrated Guide to Weird British Expressions, on behalf of one of our readership

I won’t invite a detailed multi-modal or systemic functional linguistic analysis at this moment in time, but applied digital storytelling at UEL might pass muster for literacies foci.

An Illustrated Guide to Weird British Expressions

An Illustrated Guide to Weird British Expressions [Infographic] by Sykes Cottages with a bit more detail on the page itself.

NB, please note that RaPAL do not endorse Sykes Cottages, the commissioner, or Neomam Studios, the producer, but in the spirit of their publishing on our joint conference and winter encroaching, we thought worthy of a mention the language entertainment.

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