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Journal Title: English Today
Volume/Issue:   30 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Have went?
by IngridTieken-Boonvan Ostade
pp 11-12

Non-standard vernaculars in education
by LoretoTodd
pp 60-61

Toward the understanding of Chinese ESL writing
by MinHu
pp 55-59

English as the nativized foreign language and its impact on Serbian
by TvrtkoPrćić
pp 13-20

MOOCs for nothing and the VLC for free
by NeilSheldon
pp 62-63

Learning English today: what can World Englishes teach college students in Taiwan?
by Yu-JungChang
pp 21-27

An analysis of ELF-oriented features in ELT coursebooks
by ReikoTakahashi
pp 28-34

‘The Mummy Returns’ – or what did the prince say to his monarch?
by SuzanneHinton
pp 35-36

The relationship between vowel production and perception: native speakers' perception of nativeness in LOT and THOUGHT vowels in Received Pronunciation
by JussiWikström
pp 37-47

English in China's universities today
by WernerBotha
pp 3-10

English: past, present and future
by Joan C.Beal
pp 63-64

Saying sorry in advance for not turning up: a study of EFL teachers' text messages
by MarkWyatt
pp 48-54

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
LL Issue: 25.773