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Journal Title: English Today
Volume/Issue:   25 / 3
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: Expanding the tomato controversy: an exploratory study of the perception of standard British and American English in Portugal
by Rita Queirozde Barros
pp 35-40

From Beowulf to Bollywood
by KingsleyBolton, DavidGraddol, RajendMesthrie
pp 2-2

Moodling Beyond Bollywood: e-teaching the Language, Literature and Culture of the Indian Diaspora
by DorotheaFischer-Hornung, ChristianeBrosius, MarianneHundt, RajendMesthrie
pp 18-28

The importance of English communication skills in multilingual settings in Southern Africa
by IngridMinaFandrych
pp 49-55

J. R. R. Tolkien and the art of translating English into English
by RossSmith
pp 3-11

Conference Report: The linguistics of English – setting the agenda
by BerndKortmann, MonikaEdithSchulz
pp 59-62

Letter from Chicago
by KimberlySanford
pp 63-64

Learning English in corporate China
by Tianbo Li, GillianMoreira
pp 41-48

'You could say that': the generic second-person pronoun in modern English
by RogerBerry
pp 29-34

There's no easy way
by AlexanderTulloch
pp 56-58

Forms and Functions of English in Multilingual Signage
by KayMcCormick, Rama KantAgnihotri
pp 11-17

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Sociolinguistics
 
LL Issue: 20.2668