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Aspects of the use of WANT TO in informal British English: the private character of Volition in various guises

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Verplaetse, Heidi. 2000. “Aspects of the Use of WANT TO in Informal British English: The Private Character of Volition in Various Guises.” Bell. Belgian Essays on Language and Literature: 117–138.
APA
Verplaetse, H. (2000). Aspects of the use of WANT TO in informal British English: the private character of Volition in various guises. BELL. BELGIAN ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, 117–138.
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Verplaetse H. Aspects of the use of WANT TO in informal British English: the private character of Volition in various guises. BELL. BELGIAN ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 2000;117–38.
MLA
Verplaetse, Heidi. “Aspects of the Use of WANT TO in Informal British English: The Private Character of Volition in Various Guises.” BELL. BELGIAN ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE (2000): 117–138. Print.
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  author       = {Verplaetse, Heidi},
  issn         = {1376-2958},
  journal      = {BELL. BELGIAN ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {117--138},
  title        = {Aspects of the use of WANT TO in informal British English: the private character of Volition in various guises},
  year         = {2000},
}