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Vol 37 No 1, January - March 1999 

A Translation Technique
Jacqueline Eadie 


Intercultural Awareness through Drama
Katharine Isbell 


Teaching Pronunciation
Yoshio Okita 


A Linguists' View:  The English Department Re-visited
Madeline Haggan 

 


CHINA
A Public Speaking Course
Wang Tong 


CHINA
Mini-dialogues as Warm-ups
Hu Xiaoqiong 


COLUMBIA
Caveats of an English Conversation Club
JoEllen M. Simpson, Carlos E. Ossa and Frank P. Rutter 


PHILIPPINES
How Learners' Needs Affect Syllabus Design
Maribel G. Valdez 


UNITED KINGDOM
Don't Worry, Be Ready
Paul Bress 


YUGOSLAVIA
Is it Possible to Successfully Teach Oversized Classes
Mirjana Gluscevic 




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