IAWE Japan will hold a 3 day seminar July 28 to 30 at the Tsukuba Information Center. Founded in Hawaii in 1992, IAWE is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of the varieties of English used in international communication.
One will not find the word Englishes in the dictionary, and perhaps this is an example of the varieties of English being used that they are studying. Anyway, the card sent to the Alien Times only lists a fax number in Nagoya for information. It is 052-261-6834.
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