Whereas most books for English teachers concentrate on how learners should learn the language, this book takes one step back to look at what type or model of English is being taught in the first place. Brown examines various models to determine, inter alia, their intelligibility and identity and argues that some models, for example the Received Pronunciation accent, are no longer fir for purpose. 134 pages. For further details, please see the scanned contents page.
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