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verbal reports to better understand them. Borlongan, Ariane Macalinga
and JooHyuk Lim
(De La Salle University, Manila). Change in the Morphosyntax of Philippine English.
University). A portrait of English and its users in Japanese
high school textbooks.
Coto, Eduardo (University of Santiago de Compostela). Down
passive gradient: from agentive to borderline get
+ past participle constructions in Singaporean English. Davydova, Julia (University of Mannheim). Contact-induced
change in a
multilingual setting: A case study of the quotatives in Indian English. Etiz, Filiz (Middle East Technical University). Challenges
writing for OYP postgraduate students Evans, Stephen (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University).
sojourners and indigenes: Tracking the evolution of English in Hong
Kong. Hattum, Marijevan
University). Tenseless 'might' in English English, Irish
Australian English Herat, Manel (Liverpool Hope University). BE GOING TO and
a corpus study of Sri Lankan English usage in comparison to British and
American English. Hurst, Nicolas (University of Porto). Dissecting the discourse: dialogues as models
English in ELT coursebooks.
Kabak, Baris and Kirsten
Meemann (University of Würzburg). Native English speakers’
intuitions on a dialectal feature. Kherbache, Fatma (Abou Bakr Belkaid University- Tlemcen-
Algeria). Arabic and French influence on the
English as a foreign language Laitinen, Mikko and Magnus
Levin (Linnaeus University). Subjective progressives in Present-Day
Englishes: The case
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yesterday’s founder population on today’s Englishes: The Peranakans and
Singapore English. Mechraoui, Amal (University of Malaya). A comparative study of
used in direction giving interactions: The case of Malay and Algerian
as lingua franca speakers. Montes-Granado,
(University of Salamanca). The lingua
franca model in the teaching of English as a foreign language in Spain. Noël, Dirk (University of Hong Kong) and Johan
van der Auwera (University of Antwerp). Investigating recent
changes in New Englishes with Factiva®. Palacios-Martínez, Ignacio (University of Santiago de Compostela). “He
really do nothing”. A corpus-based study of third person singular don’t in the language of British
teenagers. Schleef, Erik (University of Manchester). Age and
exploring the social meanings of t-glottalling in Manchester, England. Serrano-Losada,
(University of Santiago de Compostela). Element-final like
in Hiberno-English: Nots on its pervasiveness, frequency and
distribution. Vives Centelles, Eva (University of Balearic Islands). Pronominal variation in South-East Asian Englishes.
(University of Vienna). English as a lingua franca and appropriate
teacher competence. Werner, Valentin (University of Bamberg). Overlap and
divergence-aspects of the present perfect in World Englishes. Westphal, Michael (University of Münster). Perceptions of
accents of standard speech in Jamaican radio newscasting. Wolf, Göran (Technische Universität Dresden). Does
Ulster Scots abandon tradition? Wulfert, Johanna (University of Münster). Mobile outer circle
speakers' attitudes towards different varieties of English. Zaragoza-Ninet, Gora
(University of Valencia IULMA). Assessing students in the Web .0 era:
development of competencies, digital literacy and students as creators
curricular material. Zipp, Lena and Adina
Staicov (University of Zurich). English in San Francisco
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