Book review: Rucynski, John. Jr. & Prichard, Caleb. (eds.). (2020). Bridging the Humour Barrier: Humour Competency Training in English Language Teaching. Lanham: Lexington Books
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Tsakona, V. (2021). Book review: Rucynski, John. Jr. & Prichard, Caleb. (eds.). (2020). Bridging the Humour Barrier: Humour Competency Training in English Language Teaching. Lanham: Lexington Books. The European Journal of Humour Research, 9(4), 250–257. Retrieved from https://www.europeanjournalofhumour.org/ejhr/article/view/551

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