By Karolina Janczukowicz, Mikolaj Rychlo
This e-book offers a range of papers on educating English as a international language and the position of language schooling in human improvement. As considering talents depend upon language, language schooling may still exceed utilitarian and daily communicative wishes and may be the root for constructing different tuition matters. The e-book offers functional feedback for language instructing, for the advance of logical pondering and the certainty of the linguistic dating among the 1st and the second one languages in a ancient standpoint.
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The philological element in the education of a language teacher: Understanding the similarity between English and Polish Mikołaj Rychło, University of Gdańsk The aim of this paper is to investigate formal similarities between Polish and English words in order that teachers of English may understand the causes of the resemblances and notice the connections between various cognates and loanwords in which the similarity is disguised beneath systematic sound correspondences and parallel word-formation processes.
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