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disadvantages (e.g., broken home) seeking a supportive background. The residency of the college students is also varied: six of them come from Pécs, 9 from small towns and 11 from small settlements; this distribution also signals social disadvantages. The

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highlights the fact that besides promoting different ways of internationalization, providing educational services locally and internationalizing home campuses has become another major trend ( Streitwieser, 2014 ). Patterns in the regional scenes can be

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IATEFL conferences in Glasgow, Brighton and Liverpool, at the IATEFL Slovenia conference in Terme Topolsica and in Budapest, the researcher's home city and some were managed via Skype. The interviews were transcribed, fine-tuned with the voice recordings

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point of view as well. Considering the notion of internationalization, it appears extensively in the field of higher education, as a continuously growing number of students decide to leave their home countries to study in a foreign country. The

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heritage or bonding as well as the beginning of an arousing interest of their heritage and family history. Fig. 10. Old Hungarian cookbooks in an Israeli-Hungarian home in Jaffa (Source: Informant 9, photographed by the author in 2019) Fig. 11. Old recipes

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tutoring did so from their own teachers. Secondary-level tutoring was commonly provided by subject specialists who were not necessarily from the students' own schools, and was generally provided in the teachers' homes or in rented premises. Following this

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the parents. The latter pattern (socialization medium) also influences motivation: if one sees the value of language skills at home, he or she is more motivated to learn. ‘Poor language perception’ as an explanation for failed language learning, on the

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and early language mapping in the United States inspired school-based and home-based interventions for students of color in 20 states which was aiming at closing the word gap between lower socioeconomic status children (SES) and higher socioeconomic

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perishable food ? d. Who has a healthy appetite ? e. Who has food poisoning? f. Who is dying of hunger ? (McCarthy & O'Dell, 2005, p. 51) 6. Tick (✓) yes or no : Yes No a. At home we have many kitchen facilities. b. I often eat home-cooked food. c. I

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ministers told us, as we gathered for him the South African students at our university, that “I expect that you are good students here, and you are ambassadors of South Africa.” and I said that “We also expect that when you go back home, you will be good

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