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Pp second class why study english
Pp second class why study english
Pp second class why study english
Pp second class why study english
Pp second class why study english
Pp second class why study english
Pp second class why study english
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  • 1. Activities on theimportance of English
  • 2. Sources of the text http://www.seplan.am.gov.br/arquivos/downl oad/arqeditor/planejamento/des_org/treinam entos/ingles_basico%20.pdf http://www.globalenvision.org/library/33/655 http://www3.telus.net/linguisticsissues/lingua franca.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lingua_franca
  • 3. Exercise 1: [Scanning]What can you use this strategy for?
  • 4. [dark blue]countries with significant concentrations of native speakers of English (in all of these countriesEnglish is an official or de facto language of administration)[light blue] other countries in which English is an official or important administrative languageSource: Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page)
  • 5. Exercise 2: [Personal Reflection]In your own words, state whyyou think English has become a lingua franca
  • 6. Exercise 3:[Making Inferences]What can you use this strategy for?
  • 7. Exercise 4:[Reading non-verbal information]What can you use this strategy for?
  • 8. Source: Extract from Christopher W. Runckels article.Mr. Runckel advise Federal, State and Local U.S.A. government on awide range of issues. He is a specialist in foreign trip planning and hasserved the last seven U.S. Presidents in this capacity.

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