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Journal Title: English Today
Volume/Issue:   33 / 3
Date: 2017
Table of Contents: Editorial
by pp 1-1

Laoshi, zao shang hao! Good morning, teacher?: Respecting cultural differences when greeting a teacher
by Hu Xiaoqiong, Luo Siqi
pp 2-7

Bottom-up multilingualism in Singapore: Code choice on shop signs: The role of English in the graphic life of language choice in Singapore.
by Guowen Shang, Shouhui Zhao
pp 8-14

Diversity of attitudes to English in non-professional public discourse: A focus on Lithuania: An analysis of the narratives people tell about English as a global language in the local context of Lithuania
by Jūratė Ruzaitė
pp 15-24

‘Noisy guests shall not unseat the host’: Framing high-stakes English examinations in mainland China's state-controlled print media
by Qing Shao, Xuesong Gao
pp 25-30

Noun phrase complexity in Nigerian English: Syntactic function and length outweigh genre in predicting noun phrase complexity
by Mayowa Akinlotan, Alex Housen
pp 31-38

An athletes [sic] performance: Can a possessive apostrophe predict success?: Misplace apostrophes, miss out on med school?
by Michael Cop, Hunter Hatfield
pp 39-45

Tracing the heritage of Pidgin English in mainland China: The influences of yangjingbang English on contemporary culture and language in Shanghai
by Jian Li
pp 46-53

Beyond the World Englishes Paradigm: Agency, Performativity and Malaysian English: Individual language user agency in the Malaysian context indicates the limits of the World Englishes paradigm
by Jeffrey Brown
pp 54-59

And then there were many: How no English became one English, and then many - Elena Seoane and Cristina Suárez-Gómez (eds.), World Englishes: New Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1985. Pp. viii + 285. Hardback $143, ISBN: 978-9-9027-2491-73.
by Simone Bacchini
pp 60-61

Teaching Global English - Jennifer Jenkins , Global Englishes. A Resource Book for Students. London & New York: Routledge, 2015. Pp. xvi + 280. Hardback £85, ISBN 978-0-415-63843-2
by Julia Davydova
pp 62-63

‘Quality’ problems - CORRIGENDUM
by Bryan Poole
pp 64-64

ENG volume 33 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

ENG volume 33 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 28.3799