Who do you think you are? Investigating the multiple identities of speakers of other languages teaching English
Subject: PE | LB1025
Language is the tool of tools, essential to our identities as individuals and as a species. All living languages change continuously, and people are responsible for that change, primarily to express identity and build relationships (Trask, 2010). This thesis is about la... View more
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