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Journal Title: English Today
Volume/Issue:   21 / 2
Date: April 2005
Table of Contents: The case against the ‘native speaker’
by Carmen Acevedo Butcher
pp 13-24

Globalism and the universal language
by Abdulla Al-Dabbagh
pp 3-12

Kachru's circles and the growth of professionalism in TESOL
by James E. Alatis
pp 25-34

Dame un hamburger plain con ketchup y papitas
by Ileana Cortés, Jesús Ramírez, María Rivera, Marta Viada, Joan Fayer
pp 35-42

Gemination in English
by † Alan S. Kaye
pp 43-55

Global English: gift or curse?
by Ross Smith
pp 56-62

Unicode for beginners
by Michael Bulley
pp 63-64

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Writing Systems
Ling & Literature
LL Issue: 16.1054