Name: LI Min Sex: Male
Ph.D., Associate Professor, MA Supervisor
Add: School of Foreign Languages, Jiangsu University, 301 Xuefu Road, Zhenjiang,
Jiangsu 212013, PRC
Foreign Language Education Studies
2. Corpus Linguistics
3. Second Language Acquisition
 LI, M. New Advances in International Corpus Pragmatics. Modern Foreign Languages, 2019 (1).
 LI, M. & WANG, W.B. On the construction of the disciplinary system of Foreign Language Education Studies and its characteristics. Technology Enhanced Foreign Language Education, 2018 (4).
 LI, M. & WANG, W.B. Reelections on some issues in establishing Foreign Language Education Studies as a discipline. Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 2018 (2).
 LI, M. & CHEN, X. R. A contrastive study on the features and trends of research on pragmatic competence in China and abroad. Foreign Language Learning Theory and Practice, 2018 (2).
 LI, M. & CHEN, X. R. Chinese English majors’ acquisition of conversational incrementing. Foreign Language Education, 2013 (1).
 LI, M. & XIAO, Y. A review of the analytical frameworks of pragmatic competence. Foreign Language Learning Theory and Practice, 2012 (3).
 LI, M. Defining English conversational increments: Problems and resolutions. Journal of Foreign Languages, 2012 (2).
 LI, M. The pragmatic functions of English conversational incrementing. Modern Foreign Languages, 2011 (3).
 LI, M. & CHEN, X. R. The relationship between Chinese English majors’ personality and their pragmatic and grammatical competence/awareness. Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 2009 (2).
 LI, M. & CHEN, X. R. Chinese English majors’ grammatical and pragmatic awareness as well as their respective competence: An empirical study. Foreign Languages in China, 2007 (6).
 LI, M. & CHEN, X. R. Chinese English majors’ acquisition of the discourse marker well: An empirical study. Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 2007 (1).
 LI, M. & XIAO, Y. L2 Pragmatic Competence. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2017.
 LI, M. Chinese EFL Learners’ Acquisition of Conversational Incrementing. Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2011.
 A Study on the Construction of Foreign Language Education Studies as a Discipline
 A Corpus-based Study on Chinese EFL Learners Acquisition of Pragmatic Competence
 The Development of L2 Pragmatic Competence in Academic Writing