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  • The programme provides active support to French departments, language centres and French-language degree programmes, instructor-researchers and student researchers, to develop teaching and research about French and in French, about its partner languages and, lastly, about intercultural communication in development. Its action is based on the work of seven networks of researchers, a didactics collective and vehicles for information and think-tank sharing.

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  • This study investigates the effect of brainstorming techniques on EFL learners’ reading comprehension. The experiment in this study involved a treatment group and a control group, both of which were following an English course at a language centre in Vietnam. The treatment group were trained in brainstorming techniques during reading lessons whereas the control group were not.

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  • In this paper, I investigate the practice of selecting English names for Vietnamese EFL learners at a language centre. Although this naming practice is required at the institution for communicative convenience, there is negotiation and exceptions where learners refuse to use English names. Naming is believed to reflect one’s identity, and those learners explicitly indicate numerous reasons for their acceptance or refusal of having English names.

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  • The aim of this experimental study is two-fold: (1) to find out the extent that the portfolio affects EFL young learners’ sentence writing; (2) to explore learners’ attitudes towards the use of portfolio. Participants are 60 young learners enrolling Mover courses at an English language center situated in the Mekong Delta.

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  • In today’s world, speaking English has become a necessity. Companies are recruiting people who speak fluent and correct English. With the coming up of the call centre and multinational companies, the need for English language has increased ten-folds. With all this happening one cannot afford to live without speaking English. Spoken English: Flourish Your Language is going to help the learners in speaking better and correct English, which will give them more confidence and better-equipped at speaking the language....

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  • Reflecting on the experience of teaching two fully online papers in Chinese at the Bachelor of Arts (Chinese) program at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) (delivered for a total of ten times since 2008), the object of this paper is to examine the problems along the way, and to address issues which arise. The problems are all pedagogical by nature, instead of being technical concerns upon which a large proportion of online language teaching research has been focused.

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  • In recent years, the development of digital information transfer, storage and communication methods has allowed for access to ubiquitous global connections and to a large number of resources available to foreign language students at all age and levels of schooling. Further, the combination of traditional paper-based learning material with digital one in a ubiquitous learning environment may offer great innovation in the delivery of education, to foster a student-centred approach, and to accommodate the needs of ubiquitous learners’ personal lifestyles.

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  • These 3 complete Listening tests, 9 complete Reading tests, 9 complete Writing tests and 2 Speaking tests, have been prepared so that you can practise on your own or in a classroom with the help of a teacher. They have been trialled with students at different levels and at language centres internationally. Feedback from trialling has been incorporated at each stage of development. Procedure for Listening, Reading and Writing Tests, do these practice tests under strict test conditions, time yourself carefully and do not use a dictionary.

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  • I could not complete my assignment without the great help and useful advice from my teacher, my family as well as my friends. Firstly, I would like to express my great thanks to y supervisor, M.A. Nguyen Thi Van Lam for her enthusiastic help. Secondly, I would like to express my deep thanks to all the teachers in Foreign Language Department of Vinh University for giving me helpful lectures. My thanks also go to my director, Ms Nguyen Thi Yen and all the colleagues at

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  • Bài 1: Điền từ. (điền 1. Vào Question 1, 2. Vào Question 2, ….15. Vào Question 15) Question 1: No matter how angry he was, he would never _____ to violence. Question 2: ______ that Columbus discovered America. Question 3: Anna is holding her shopping bag with one hand and turning the door handle with Question 4: I can’t find my dictionary at the moment. I hope it will ________ up soon. Question 5: The language centre offers courses of various levels, such as elementay, intermediate and Question 6: I _____ work last week, but I changed my mind.

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  • Exercise 1 Match the pairs of sentences, then join them using who or that. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 I’m looking for a man I need a pencil I can see the bridge This is the road This is the door I’m looking for a shop Those are the children That’s the pilot a b c d e f g h It leads to the garden. It leads to the town centre. They broke the window. It sells cheap chocolate. He flew us home. He can mend cars. It has a sharp point. It crosses the river.

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  • Problem statement Since English is one of the core subjects at school, more and more schools are teaching English to their pupils and English centres can be found popular in any cities in Vietnam, especially big cities. However, many foreigners have commented “many Vietnamese speakers can speak English, but only a few have intelligible English pronunciation so that they can be understood easily in direct communication with foreigners.

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  • Make the past simple, positive, negative or question: 1. I (not / drink) any beer last night. 2. She (get on) the bus in the centre of the city. 3. What time (he / get up) yesterday? 4. Where (you / get off) the train? 5. I (not / change) trains at Victoria. 6. We (wake up) very late. 7. What (he / give) his mother for Christmas? 8.

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  • By taking the same posture, you can effectively disconcert them and force them to change their position, allowing you to take the control. Research shows that when the leader of a group uses certain gestures and positions, subordinates copy them. Leaders also tend to be the first of a group to walk through a doorway and they like to sit on the end of a couch or bench seat rather than in the centre. When a group of executives walk into a room, the boss usually goes first. When executives are seated in the board room, the boss usually...

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  • We, the authors, have been in the grateful position of being able to support numerous doctoral students in their attempts to publish a scientific journal article. Through this experience, we have been able to deepen our own knowledge of how to write a scientific article. We would like to thank all the doctoral students we have guided for the chance to share in their learning. We would also like to thank Dr Harry Anttila, the Director of the Language Centre of the University of Oulu, for constructive cooperation. We would especially like to thank the Language Centre Working...

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  • The Wakhi people are perhaps best known by their proximity to the Wakhan Corridor, which played a major role in eighteenth century politics between Russia and Great Britain. Today the Wakhi live in four countries: Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, and Tajikistan. Between 7,500 and 10,000 Wakhi live in the Goyal, Ishkoman, Chitral, and Yasin regions of Northern Pakistan, while approximately 7,000 Wakhi live along the Wakhandaryo, or Wakhan River, in Afghanistan.

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  • Opening of new Gulliver Sports Centre The Gulliver Sports Centre, which has been completely rebuilt, was been reopened yesterday by the Minister of Sport. The building it was originally used to as a market, but was sold to Fairdene Council in 1981, and it then converted into a sports hall. Local schools were played football and basketball indoors, and keep-fit classes were held there. In 1990 the hall was damaged when by a fire which was broke out in the heating system. The hall could not be used, and remained empty while discussions continued about its future. It was then...

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  • Furthermore, winning and hosting key international conferences is seen as a major economic boost to the host city and many use the conference sector as a means of urban renewal and regeneration. The city of Glasgow employed 40,000 people on the Clyde at the height of the shipbuilding era but as the industry declined so did the area around it. The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) was built on the banks of the Clyde in 1985 and over the last ten years £1 billion has been spent in transforming Clydeside as conference business and general tourism has grown.

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  • Although the current study has one clear focal point, it in fact has a twofold goal. This book not only aims to give a thorough analysis of Wittgenstein’s view on human subjectivity, it also wants to evaluate the ethico-political arguments that often take centre stage in the debate for and against the rethinking of the subject. In this introductory chapter, I will lay out my reasons for devoting a study to these combined topics, but before I can explain this in full detail, the meaning of the main terms I use needs to be clari( ed.

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  • The first team, from the Southern Cross Institute for Health Research (Morgan and Jalaludin, 2001), investigated the physical health impacts of air pollution. The team reviewed a large range of international and Australian studies that had applicability to the GMR airshed. From this review, Morgan and Jalaludin (2001) recommended exposure- response estimates for the common air pollutants7 and air toxics.

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