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#epinterviews – Adam Beale

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners.

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#epinterviews – Claudia Molnar

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners. What they

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#epinterviews – Martin Sketchley

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners.

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#epinterviews – Anna Papadopoulou

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners.

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#epinterviews – Sandy Millin

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog. The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners.

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