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Journal Title: English Today
Volume/Issue:   33 / 2
Date: 2017
Table of Contents: Editorial
by pp 1-1

So many tuhao and dama in China today: The latest developments in China English vocabulary based on the China Daily website
by Mingwu Xu, Chuanmao Tian
pp 2-8

Emerging preoccupations, developing lexicon: How the English language lexicon expands as the priorities and concerns of speakers change
by Brian Poole
pp 9-13

What kind/sort/type of word are these? Number concord across the species noun phrase in International Academic English: This is a ‘postscript’ invitation to readers to supply information to the Leiden University ‘Bridging the Unbridgeable Project’
by Adrian Stenton
pp 14-15

The role of English in the language practices of Mongolian Facebook users
by Sender Dovchin
pp 16-24

The Impact of ELF Concepts on Pre-service English Teachers: Instructor and Student Perspectives: Are students and teachers in ELF courses on the same wavelength?
by Chiou-Lan Chern, Jean Curran
pp 25-30

Conceptualizations of English in the discourses of Brazilian language teachers: Issues of mobility, empowerment and international ownership: An analysis of ideologies of English in Brazilian ELT
by Eduardo Figueiredo
pp 31-37

China English: Attitudes, legitimacy, and the native speaker construct: Is China English becoming accepted as a legitimate variety of English?
by Jette Edwards
pp 38-45

Rihanna Works Her Multivocal Pop Persona: A Morpho-syntactic and Accent Analysis of Rihanna's Singing Style: Pop culture provides rich data that demonstrate the complex interplay of World Englishes
by Lisa Jansen, Michael Westphal
pp 46-55

English language education in China: A historical, social and economic perspective
reviewed by Zhang Xiaohong
pp 56-57

Mor dhan ə noosins: English orthography kills literacy and we have a duty to reform it
reviewed by Adam Dedmon
pp 58-60

Knowledge creation through academic publishing
reviewed by Jixian Pang, Xue Li
pp 61-63

ENG volume 33 issue 2 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

ENG volume 33 issue 2 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 28.2436