English World-Wide 31:2
[English World-Wide, 31:2] 2010. iv, 110 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Rhoticity in Brunei EnglishSalbrina Sharbawi and David Deterding | pp. 121–137
Patterns of variation in the consonantal phonology of Hong Kong EnglishAndrew Sewell and Jason Chan | pp. 138–161
How different are the monophthongs of Malay speakers of Malaysian and Singapore English?Rachel Siew Kuang Tan and Ee-Ling Low | pp. 162–189
Margie Berns, Kees de Bot and Uwe Hasebrink. 2007. In the Presence of English. Media and European YouthReviewed by Sandra Mollin | pp. 191–194
Peter Tan and Rani Rubdy. 2008. Language As Commodity: Global Structures, Local MarketplacesReviewed by Zhichang Xu | pp. 195–199
Farzad Sharifian. 2009. English as an International Language. Perspectives and Pedagogical IssuesReviewed by Carmen Isabel Luján García | pp. 200–204
Penelope Gardner-Chloros. 2009. Code-switchingReviewed by Nicholas Petree | pp. 205–208
Andreas Sedlatschek. 2009. Contemporary Indian English: Variation and ChangeReviewed by Devyani Sharma | pp. 209–214
Pingali Sailaja. 2009. Indian EnglishReviewed by Vineeta Chand | pp. 215–220
Daniel Schreier. 2008. St Helenian English: Origins Evolution and VariationReviewed by Tyler Kendall | pp. 221–225
Anthony Grant and Clive Grey. 2007. The Mersey Sound: Liverpool’s Language, People and PlacesReviewed by Warren Maguire | pp. 226–230
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