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Communication in English as an international lingua franca

an exploratory case study

by Agnes Lesznyak

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Published by Books on Demand in Norderstedt .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Variation -- Foreign countries.,
  • English language -- Political aspects -- Foreign countries.,
  • English language -- Social aspects -- Foreign countries.,
  • English language -- Terms and phrares.,
  • English language -- Semantics.,
  • English language -- Euphemism.,
  • English language -- Semantics.,
  • Communication, International.,
  • Intercultural communication.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAgnes Lesznyak.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE2751 .L483 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination274 p. :
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19797921M
    ISBN 103833407921

    Lingua Franca is an annual electronic journal devoted to the best international research on book history, translated into English. It will address all aspects of book history, including the composition, mediation, reception, survival, and transformation of written communication in material forms from marks on stone to new media. ENGLISH AS AN INTERNATIONAL LINGUA FRANCA Growth of interest in English as a Lingua Franca Of all the themes covered in this book, English as a Lingua Franca, or ELF, has While research into communication in which English is used as the common language, or lingua franca, had been conducted since the s (see e.g. Firth

    Lingua franca, (Italian: “Frankish language”) language used as a means of communication between populations speaking vernaculars that are not mutually intelligible. The term was first used during the Middle Ages to describe a French- and Italian-based jargon, or pidgin, that was developed by. Book Review: ETAS Journal Volume 34 Number 2 Spring Barbara Seidlhofer. Oxford University Press () pages. ISBN: Following the creation of VOICE (Vienna-Oxford International Corpus of English), a database with samples of English non-native speaking users in different contexts, Seidlhofer publishes Understanding English as a Lingua Franca to present her .

      English as the lingua franca of international business communication: Whose English? What English? In J. C. Palmer-Silveira, M. F. Ruiz-Garrido, & I. Fortanet-Gomez (Eds.), Intercultural and international business communication . Q1- Define the concept of lingua Franca and how it affects communication in international business. Get more help from Chegg Get help now from expert Operations Management tutors.


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Communication in English as an international lingua franca by Agnes Lesznyak Download PDF EPUB FB2

English as a Lingua Franca in the International University: The Politics of Academic English Language Policy. 1st ed., Routledge, Kirkpatrick, Andy. World Englishes: Implications for International Communication and English Language Teaching. Cambridge University Press.

English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) is a term used to describe the use of English as a common language for communication between speakers whose first language is not English.

Providing a unique and original perspective on this subject, Istvan Kecskes explains the language behaviour of ELF speakers, through the lens of Gricean by: 3. English as a Lingua Franca English as a lingua franca (ELF) refers to the use of English between people who do not share the same first language (Leyland,p.

ELF is also “defined functionally by its use in intercultural communication rather than formally by its reference to native-speaker norms” (Hülmbauer,p. The contributions collected in this book provide a wide range of perspectives on and prospects for the use of English as a lingua franca (ELF), and explore various contexts where ELF is used predominantly: Academic and research settings as well as teacher and general population education, including pronunciation teaching.

Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Bra şov Series IV: Philology and Cultural Studies • Vol. 4 (53) No.1 – ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA IN INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION Judit DOMBI 1 Abstract: The integrated, almost ‘borderless’ Europe triggers mobility to an extent that was unimaginable ten-fifteen years ago.

McKay, SL () English as an international lingua franca pedagogy. In: Hinkel, E (ed.) Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning (Vol. New York: Routledge, – Google Scholar. Susanne Ehrenreich.

Susanne Ehrenreich is Professor of Applied Linguistics and English Language Education at the Technical University of Dortmund.

Her research interests and publications about English as a lingua franca include international business, communities of practice, pragmatics, and the implications of ELF for language teaching and teacher education.

across Kachru’s ‘Circles’, for intranational Communication in English as an international lingua franca book well as international communication. However, when English is chosen as the means of communication among people from different first language backgrounds, across linguacultural boundaries, the preferred term is ‘English as a lingua franca’ (House ; Seidlhofer ), although the terms.

This book investigates the cultural and intercultural aspects of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF). Authors discuss how ‘culture’ and the ‘intercultural’ can be understood, theorised and operationalised in ELF, and how the concepts can be integrated into formats of ELF-oriented learning and teaching.

A lingua franca (/ ˌ l ɪ ŋ ɡ w ə ˈ f r æ ŋ k ə / (); lit. 'Frankish tongue'; for plurals see § Usage notes), also known as a bridge language, common language, trade language, auxiliary language, vehicular language, or link language, is a language or dialect systematically used to make communication possible between groups of people who do not share a native language or dialect.

This paper will first discuss the role of English as a lingua franca from historical and socio-political perspectives; it will then review some relevant findings of research into actual interactions conducted in English as a lingua franca (ELF), before describing a study of ELF interactions.

It will be argued that we need a new research agenda to adequately describe and explain the hitherto. English as a global language. People often talk about English as a global language or lingua more than million people around the world speaking English as a first language and more than million speaking it as a second language, there are English speakers in most countries around the world.

This book challenges these enduring ideologies by shedding light on multiple, hybrid, and contingent uses of English as a lingua franca (ELF) from multilingual and translingual perspectives.

This unique collection of studies underscores the importance of ELF-oriented dispositions, pedagogies, and policies for genuine communication across. Teaching English as a Lingua Franca is a great attempt at filling the void, but there are times when it takes a step too far and loses sight of its key audiences – both teachers and learners.

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Gerritsen, M., & Nickerson, C. Fact or Fallacy. English as a lingua franca in the European business context. In C. Candlin & M. Gotti (Eds.), Intercultural aspects of specialized discourse. The Journal of English as a Lingua Franca (JELF) is the first journal to be devoted to the rapidly-growing phenomenon of English as a Lingua articles and other features explore this global phenomenon from a wide number of perspectives, including linguistic, sociolinguistic, socio-psychological, and political, in a diverse range of settings where English is the common language of.

In international settings, we are required to agree on one language of communication. Although there is a general tendency of switching between languages when in highly international social settings, the Lingua Franca used in most speeches, conferences and meetings is English (ELF).

This article will provide an overview of current research focussing on the use of English as a lingua franca in international business contexts. It selectively reviews research investigating the role of written and spoken communication in English and the work that has been done on specific text genres used by the international business community, such as negotiations, meetings, e-mail and.

Gradually, English become the international lingua franca, “utilized outside of the country or countries of its origin.”(Subject Area – English Language Essays) The Lingua Franca There are both pros and cons of English becoming the international lingua franca.

English is the best candidate language for lingua franca. The use of English as a global lingua franca (ELF) raises challenges concerning how we understand the relationship between languages and cultures in intercultural communication.

This book presents a much-needed description of English as a lingua franca (ELF) from an international university setting and focuses on form and pragmatic issues, using authentic spoken data.

It provides useful insights into how communicative effectiveness can be achieved in spoken lingua franca communication.The English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) movement, through its various language corpora—Vienna Oxford International Corpus of English (VOICE), English as a Lingua Franca in Academic Settings (ELFA), and Asian Corpus of English (ACE)—has challenged the monolithic nature of English and, thus, the native‐speaker oriented approach to language teaching.This chapter argues that that there is much potential for productive cross-fertilisation between intercultural communication and English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) research.

First, ELF is by definition a form of intercultural communication and so offers valuable data for intercultural research.