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The English Teaching Forum

/education/images/new.gif (93 bytes) The English Teaching Forum is now available online.

The English Teaching Forum, published four times a year (in January, April, July, and October) for the teacher of English outside the United States, is distributed abroad by American embassies. Questions about subscriptions should be addressed to the Cultural Office of the American Embassy in the capital city of the country in which the inquirer resides. Only manuscripts and letters to the editor on topics other than subscription may be sent to the following address:

English Teaching Forum
U.S. Information Agency
Room 304, E/ALM
301 4th Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20547
FAX: 202-401-1250
Email: etforum@usia.gov

Manuscripts: To be considered for publication, manuscripts should be typewritten, double-spaced, and have margins of at least three centimeters. Manuscripts should also be accompanied by a statement indicating whether they have been offered for publication elsewhere.

U.S./Canada Subscriptions: For subscribers in the United States and Canada, subscription forms are available from: The English Teaching Forum, 301 4th Street SW, Room 312, Washington, D.C. 20547.

Any copyrighted articles appearing in the English Teaching Forum are reprinted with the permission of the copyright holders. These articles may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, without the written permission of the copyright holders, except as otherwise authorized by applicable law. Acknowledgements and copyright notices, when necessary, appear with the articles.

This site is produced and maintained by the United States Information Agency. Links to other Internet sites should not be construed as an endorsement of the views contained therein.

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On October 1, 1999, the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs will become part of the
U.S. Department of State. Bureau webpages are being updated accordingly. Thank you for your patience.