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Journal Title: English Today
Volume/Issue:   37 / 3
Date: 2021
Table of Contents: Editorial
by pp 127-127

‘King Sejong is crying’: Korean people's perceptions of growing English usage in Korea
by Eun-Young Kim
pp 128-133

‘Sejong the Great would turn in his grave!’: South Korean attitudes towards monolingual English signage in public buildings
by Sugene Kim
pp 134-141

English fever and American dreams: The impact of Orientalism on the evolution of English in Korean society
by Jinhyun Cho
pp 142-147

Negotiating teacher identity: Experiences of Black teachers of English in Korean ELT: How race and English language teacher identity intersect in the Expanding Circle
by Hohsung Choe, Youngjoo Seo
pp 148-155

Student perceptions of sociocultural aspects of Korean and the Korean variety of English (KVE): A study of Korean university students
by Kang-Young Lee, Randy Green
pp 156-162

An emerging trend in English education in Korea: ‘Maternal English education’ (eommapyo yeongeo): Challenges and strategies in raising a bilingual child as a nonnative speaker
by Youngjoo Seo
pp 163-168

English for North Korean refugees in South Korea: Another border to cross or a path to a new world?
by Eun-Young Jang, Eun-Yong Kim
pp 169-177

Pop culture words: How can K-Wave turn Korean words into global, translingual words?
by Hyejeong Ahn, Jieun Kiaer
pp 178-187

Discovering varieties of English around the world using corpus-linguistic methods - Claudia Lange & Sven Leuckert, Corpus Linguistics and World Englishes: A Guide for Research. New York: Routledge, 2019. Pp. xv+220. eBook £15.99, ISBN: 9780429489433
by Huayong Li
pp 188-189

Short fiction writing in English by Chinese university students: An integrated F-A-I-T-H approach - CORRIGENDUM
by Gang Sui
pp 190-190

ENG volume 37 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

ENG volume 37 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 32.2982