organised by Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk (Poznań) and Joanna Przedlacka (Warsaw)


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Choosing a dialect of North American English

Sherry Ash (Philadelphia)



On General American: learners' views

Katarzyna Janicka (Poznań)



A real common core

Bryan Jenner (Vienna)



To teach the phonology of international English or not to teach

Smiljana Komar (Ljubljana)



Students on accent teaching: The results of a questionnaire conducted in the School of English, AMU Poznan, Poland

Małgorzata Kul (Poznań)



Teaching English phonetics from IFA teachers' perspective

Iwona Łęska-Drajerczak, Danuta Wolfram-Romanowska and Hanna Wysocka (Poznań)



Psychological reality of teaching Lingua Franca Core

Michał Remiszewski (Vienna)



On LFC acceptability and the future of the English language

Sylwia Scheuer (Poznań)



Accents in broader perspective

Barbara Seidlhofer (Vienna)



Role of duration and quality in nonnative perception of English front vowels.

Šárka Šimáčková (Prague)



Why not LFC?

Włodzimierz Sobkowiak (Poznań)



The Lingua Franca Core and the Polish learner

Jolanta Szpyra-Kozłowska (Lublin)



Ease of acquisition and ease of comprehension: Finding the equilibrium

Peter Trudgill (Fribourg)



EFL speech: specifying the target

Ewa Waniek-Klimczak (ŁódŸ)



How Polish students rate native British accents

Jarosław Weckwerth (Poznań)



Goals in teaching English pronunciation

John C. Wells (University College London)



An overview of pronunciation teaching materials

Magdalena Wrembel (Poznań)


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