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Journal Title: English Today
Volume/Issue:   25 / 2
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: The final future of t
by MichaelBulley
pp 55-56

The functions of English in Nigeria from the earliest times to the present day
by RotimiOlorunfemiTaiwo
pp 3-10

Conference Report: IAWE14, Hong Kong, 1–5 December 2008
by Bertusvan Rooy
pp 63-64

A survey of the language situation in Zimbabwe
by MuziMlambo
pp 18-24

In pursuit of linguistic gold: mothering in a globalised world
by Phyllis Ghim-LianChew
pp 33-39

English railway announcements in Singapore
by BrianPoole
pp 40-42

‘World English’ and the Latin analogy: where we get it wrong
by KanavillilRajagopalan
pp 49-54

‘Sweet as!’: the intensifier as in New Zealand and Australian English
by JosephSowa
pp 58-61

Writing in Cameroon pidgin English: begging the question
by BonaventureM.Sala
pp 11-17

Maltese English and the nativization phase of the dynamic model
by JoshuaThusat, EmilyAnderson, ShanteDavis, MikeFerris, AmberJaved, AngelaLaughlin, ChristopherMcFarland, RaknakwanSangsiri, JudithSinclair, VictoriaVastalo, WinO.Whelan, JessicaWrubel
pp 25-32

English as a lingua franca in aviation
by WalterSeiler
pp 43-48

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Latin
Pidgin, Cameroon
 
LL Issue: 20.2070