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ELTAs' leaders have been scarce ( King, 2018 ; Paran, 2016 ). The aim of the current article is to present the results of a qualitative inquiry that explored the driving force of highly motivated English Language Teaching professionals (ELTPs) for

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) The Principles of Modern Language Teaching Represented in an EU Training Tool for Border Guards II. Hadtudományi Szemle , Vol. 7. No. 2. pp. 106–122. 8 Borszéki J. (2014b

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Breen, M. & C. Candlin (1980): The essentials of a communicative curriculum in language teaching. Applied Linguistics 1(2): 89–112. Candlin C. The essentials of a communicative

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concern English language teaching and learning, the focus of the paper is autonomy in relation to adult English language learners. The question the present research aims to answer is how autonomy has been conceptualized, and what characterizes adult

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exploring context in language teaching . ELT Journal , 62 ( 3 ), 231 – 239 . http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/elt/ccm043 . 10.1093/elt/ccm043 Beltrán , Y. , Martínez , Y. , & Vargas , A. ( 2015 ). El sistema educativo colombiano en el camino hacia la

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-learninget. Journal of Applied Multimedia, Vol. 2. No. 8. pp. 49–58. 12 Borszéki J. (2014) The Principles of Modern Language Teaching Represented in an EU Training

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–30. 10 Borszéki J. (2014) Activities That Have Worked Well in Teaching ESP. In: B. Fregan (ed.) Success and Challenges in Foreign Language Teaching: International Conference for Language

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On-line ``chat'' communication combines elements of speech and writing. Specific lexical forms arise which characterize such cyberspeech. The paper provides an analysis of lexical forms underlying the discourse of on-line chats. It also attempts to answer the question of whether native forms of on-line communication should be tackled as part of foreign language teaching.

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The detailed treatment of the Latin supine has been neglected both in scholarly literature and in language teaching, even though it is a very ancient form that has survived in an interesting way and was used even in late Latin. The fact that the Latin supine has a parallel in Sanskrit deserves attention. In this study I demonstrate that Priscian projected the Latin usage of his own time back to classical Latin, which fact was nevertheless not detrimental to his credibility.

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This article defines convenience in foreign language teaching as a neces­sity to adapt teaching process to students' needs and expectations. On the basis of their teaching experience with Chinese learners, Ms Charmet and Ms Martin present a thorough error analysis and thus propose a method which is conform to Chinese way of thinking as well as to Chinese learning habits: amusing activities which lead students from repetition drills to a reflective and creative language use, with special attention to phonological difficulties.

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