Simon Andrewes talks about English as a lingua franca, where English is used as a means of communication for work or study and where native speakers may at best be marginally involved. He also discusses the consequences of this for teachers in the classroom. May 2012, Manchester.

Simon Andrewes talks about English as a lingua franca, where English is used as a means of communication for work or study and where native speakers may at best be marginally involved. He also discusses the consequences of this for teachers in the classroom. 

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