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Corpus Stylistics & Business Ethics: “Do The Executives Really Mean What They Say?
Nowadays, when everything ‘seems’ to be all about business; the word ‘business’ itself has inevitably connoted with unpleasant terms like ‘competition’ and ‘politics’. Together with that arise the issues of ‘trust’ and ...
Teachers' Attitudes towards Asian Students' English Accented Speech
While previous research studies examining the students’ attitudes towards certain English varieties/accents are great in number, none of these studies was focused on how teachers perceived students’ foreign accented speech. ...
Reconsidering Objectives of Language Learning in English as a Lingua Franca Context
It is undeniable that English has become a global language and the enormous global demand for using English as a means for communication has been apparent. With this spread of English and globalization, the result has ...