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September 05, 2013

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10th International Congress on English Grammar

English-in-IndiaYou are invited to submit papers for the 10th International Congress on English Grammar, which will be held in southern India in January 2014.

Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore, India in association with Systemic Functional Linguistics, Hyderabad, is organizing the 10th International Congress on English Grammar (ICEG 2014) on 23-25 January 2014.  The theme of the conference is Grammar and Grammar Teaching: Changing Perspectives.

The Congress aims to support and uphold interaction and meaningful discussion among researchers from all over the world in the fields of English Grammar, Lexicography, Linguistics, English Language Teaching and Communication Technology in Language Teaching. The first ICEG was held in Hyderabad in July 1999. This world renowned Congress was subsequently hosted by some of the elite and premier institutions in India and abroad.

ICEG 2014 focuses on current topics in Language, Linguistics and Literature. The event creates a platform for scholarly interactions on the major changes in teaching of English. The Congress draws researchers from all over the world to present their research findings and to implement these language teaching techniques to the needs of the learners.

Participants are requested to send abstracts based on their original and unpublished research articles related to the above mentioned topics. The abstracts should not exceed 200 words and should envelop creativeness, scope, methodology followed, findings/observations and discussions. The names, affiliations, mobile, email address and full mailing address of all authors must be mentioned.

The deadline for submission of abstracts is 5 November 2013.

For more details, please  visit the ICEG 2014 website.

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