19.1778, TOC: English Today 24/2 (2008)

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Subject: 19.1778, TOC: English Today 24/2 (2008)

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Publisher:	Cambridge University Press
			http://us.cambridge.org 			
			
Journal Title:  English Today 
Volume Number:  24 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2008 


Main Text:  

'Death of the mother tongue' - is English a glottophagic language in South Africa?
Rajend Mesthrie

Editorial
Kingsley Bolton, David Graddol, Rajend Mesthrie

English as a lingua franca: between form and function
Mario Saraceni

English as the official working language of the Association of Southeast Asian
Nations (ASEAN): Features and strategies
Andy Kirkpatrick

English in Asia, Asian Englishes, and the issue of proficiency
Kingsley Bolton

'So where we are?' Spoken lingua franca English at a technical university in Sweden
Beyza Björkman

Spelling, accent and identity in computer-mediated communication
Philip Shaw

English is getting weirder, and so R wee
Evelyn Nien-Ming Ch'ien

Exploring genre and register in contemporary English
David Nunan

The weather
Alexander Tulloch 



Linguistic Field(s): English
                     General Linguistics
                     Sociolinguistics






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