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From: Joyce Reid [jreid at cambridge.org]
Subject: English Today Vol. 26 No. 4 (2010)
 

	
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Publisher:	Cambridge University Press
			http://us.cambridge.org 			
			
Journal Title:  English Today 
Volume Number:  26 
Issue Number:  4 
Issue Date:  2010 


Main Text:  

>From Brazil and Turkmenistan to the mystery of English in China
Eduardo Diniz de Figueiredo

The <i>ET</i> column. Will Chinese take over from English as the world's most
important language?
David Graddol

To borrow or not to borrow: the use of English loanwords as slang on websites in
Brazilian Portuguese
Eduardo Diniz de Figueiredo

Unvernacular Appalachia: an empirical perspective on West Virginia dialect variation
Kirk Hazen, Paige Butcher, Ashley King


Old whine online: prescriptive grammar blogs on the Internet
Deborah Schaffer

Teaching English in Turkmenistan
Valerie Sartor

Variation in V+the+N idioms
Massrura Mostafa

Lexical traps in Hong Kong English
Julie Groves, Hei Tao Chan

Dying and killing: euphemisms in current English
Gerry Abbott

China's English mystery - the views of a China 'foreign expert'
Martin Wolff

Defending Strunk and White
Michael Bulley

>From Anzac to zack: a lexicographer looks at Australian English
James Lambert

ENG volume 26 issue 4 Cover and Front matter

ENG volume 26 issue 4 Back Cover 



Linguistic Field(s): English
                     General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                     English (eng)
                     Portuguese (por)




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