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Az angol nyelv és a globalizáció

The English Language and Globalization

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Jenkins, J. (2000) The Phonology of English as an International Language . Oxford, Oxford University Press. 17 Jenkins, J. (2012) English as a lingua franca from classroom to classroom. ELT Journal, Vol. 66. No. 4

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for the Special Issue on Adult L2 Learner Autonomy of Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation

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English and teacher education in both Hungary and Britain. Her research interests include pragmatics, English as a lingua franca, and English language teaching. Contact details: Department of English Applied Linguistics, School of English

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. Mauranen , Anna . 2006 . Signaling and preventing misunderstanding in English as a lingua franca communication . International Journal of the Sociology of Language 177 . 123 – 150

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February 2012). Albl-Mikasa , M. 2010 . Global English and English as a Lingua Franca (ELF): Implications for the Interpreting Profession . trans-kom Vol. 3 . No

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Baker , W. ( 2015 ). Culture and identity through English as a Lingua Franca . Berlin, Germany : De Gruyter Mouton . Billett , S. ( 2018 ). Distinguishing

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filter out what is important is the real challenge. Both the recent developments in the role of English as a lingua franca (ELF) and the computer-mediated communication (CMC) ( Illés, 2012 , pp. 505–506) make the carefully built up recommendations of

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contextual awareness in healthcare communication in English as a lingua franca . Economica, 7 ( 4 ), 131 – 141 . Benson , P. ( 1997 ). The philosophy and politics of learner

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, Egbert, Biber, and Gray (2016) identified that informational density and nominalization appear to be inherent linguistic features. Theoretical background English as a medium of instruction in higher education (EMI) The use of English as a lingua franca

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non-translational and translational English in academic settings can be partly explained by English as a lingua franca in academia. The high language proficiency of researchers who choose to rewrite or translate the papers themselves and their

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. Kontráné , H. E. , & Csizér , K ( 2011 ). Az angol, mint lingua franca a szaknyelvet tanuló egyetemisták gondolkodásában [English as a lingua franca: The language learning dispositions of

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