will be spoken by half of the world by 2015
(The International News, Thursday, December 9, 2004)
27m to gain language of prosperity
A guide: Teaching Esol in the FE sector
A novel take on teaching English abroad
A studied approach to homework
Beijing pushes for language victory
Bring the story of English under one roof
Britain must be a premier player
Cheating gets closer examination
Cost of British Council language tests 'too high'
English is recast in Indian films
Escape the recession with a Tefl course
Esol funding to focus on long-term immigrants
Financial barriers behind fall in English students
First languages fear second place
'Free' schools would be an expensive solution
French admit English deficit needs attention
Infested dogs and English teachers go out in the midday sun
Is a new language programme being rushed in?
Kick-off English language teaching at a summer school
Language test deters new citizens
Malaysia drops English language teaching
No child left behind: Did Bush get it right?
'One-answer' Ielts under scrutiny
Scandal-ridden English language schools close doors
Should free English classes be scrapped for new migrants?
Single language for the skies gets a bumpy takeoff
Student gap years – the advisers weigh in
Technology's promising projections
Time for Britain to be taught some lessons
Tunisia turns to a new language partner
UAE college teacher wins innovation award for English course
Uganda lays mother-tongue foundations
Wanted: English speakers with fluency in sarcasm
What will 'free' conversation cost?
Where, what, when... the best gap-year trips
Who is the Tefl teacher of today?
Why we need to boost English language teaching around the world