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Description of (Khorchin) Mongolian
2021. Interpersonal grammar in Khorchin Mongolian. In J.R. Martin, Beatriz Quiroz & Giacomo Figueredo (eds.), Interpersonal grammar: Systemic functional linguistic theory and description. 64-95. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2021. TENSE in Khorchin Mongolian: An interpersonal perspective. Language Sciences 85.
2021. Dynamism in knowledge exchanges: Developing move systems based on Khorchin Mongolian interactions. Discourse Studies 23(3). 386-413.
2020. GRADUATION in play with other systems of meaning in the enactment of interpersonal relations. Journal of Foreign Languages (外国语) 43(6). 21–41. (with Susan Hood)
2020. Dialogic positioning in Khorchin Mongolian: The temporal and spatial dimensions of propositional engagement in conversations. Lingua 244.
2020. Towards a discourse semantic characterisation of the modal particles in Khorchin Mongolian: A case study of an interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 158. 13–32.
2020. Axial argumentation below the clause: The verbal group in Khorchin Mongolian. In J.R. Martin, Y.J. Doran & Giacomo Figueredo (eds.), Systemic functional language description: Making meaning matter, 35-72. New York/London: Routledge.
English as a Foreign Language
2021. Understanding textual meaning-making in Chinese high school EFL learners’ writing: A systemic functional perspective. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. (with Winfred Wenhui Xuan)
2016. Case study of the effects of autonomous text dictation on college-level engineering-major EFL learners’ listening comprehension. The Asian ESP Journal 12(1). 85-105. (with DING Jinfeng)
2017. 托福独立写作进阶式训练. 北京：清华大学出版社. 合编：李丽君（Working your way through the TOEFL iBT independent writing. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press. [with LI Lijun]）
2020. Seeing the world differently. Educational Linguistics Studies (教育语言学研究) 2. 36-49. (Interview of Karl Maton with LI Cuiying and ZHAO Wenchao)