At the mention of Monte Cristo Dantes started with joy; he rose to conceal his emotion, and took a turn around the smoky tavern, where all the languages of the known world were jumbled in a lingua franca
Teaching the Pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca
Robin Walker Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2010, 223 pages
Due to the global momentum of English as a Lingua Franca
(ELF), Anglophones may perceive that there is less urgency for them to learn other languages than for speakers of other languages to learn English.
Dessa forma, investigacoes baseadas em corpus de aprendizes sobre a lingua franca
poderao preencher uma lacuna nos estudos empiricos sobre o desenvolvimento de uma linguagem mais versatil--que nao seja nativa--e que possa contribuir para crescentes discussoes sobre metalinguistica da lingua inglesa como lingua global.
The development of language training in Finland reflects the rise of the English language as a lingua franca
(ELF), a common language.
But [Autodesk is] focused on CAD workflow, offering a lingua franca
to the CAD ecosystem, unlike Adobe, which comes right out of the publishing world.
Instead, these radicals or rebels, as they like to call themselves, propose a different explanation according to which (if I have understood it correctly) the Uralic languages originate in a lingua franca
Because the book covers writers from all round the English-speaking world, entries are written by scholars from all countries in which English is the first language or a lingua franca
On the two flanking screens, the dialogue, which takes place in the slightly unidiomatic English of Europeans using it as a lingua franca
, often sounds less like conversation than a sequence of monologues.
His story begins with the creation of a national language, emerging out of a lingua franca
that belongs to no-one as a first language, promoted in one form by Dutch colonialists and in another by traders or journalists and rally speakers.
He explores the problem with current supply chain metrics, shows how to close the gap between financial decisions and supply chain performance, suggests a model to provide a lingua franca
for supply chain, financial and other managers throughout the company and points to ways in which new technology can help measure the value of the supply chain.
They contend that using the multilevel features of mainstream statistics software facilitates creating a lingua franca
for the field, and demonstrate with version 21 of the proprietary SPSS package.
English is spoken by most educated Ugandans, but the country has 33 native languages, with Luganda the closest to being a lingua franca
XML was intended to be a lingua franca
, making different computing systems interoperate seamlessly and intelligently.
of Modena, Italy), but little attention has been paid to written English as a lingua franca