When Rupert Murdoch Came to Tea: A Memoir
It was prompted by a question from one of my daughters, who grew up in a very different time and place. Spellings and vocabulary are Australian English; a glossary of terms that may be unfamiliar to North Americans is provided at the back of the book. I had no idea. Broken Hill at that time sounds both bleak and inspiring.
When Rupert Murdoch Came to Tea
David has worked as a language teacher and researcher in many countries including his native Australia, the United Kingdom, Thailand, Singapore, Brazil, Japan, and China. In the early s he took up the inaugural Chair Professorship of Applied Linguistics at the University of Hong Kong, a position he held for fourteen years. He also founded the first online graduate program for teaching English to speakers of other languages at Anaheim University. Nunan has published 30 books as well as several hundred articles on language, culture, education, and travel.
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He also writes textbooks for learning English. His junior high school series Go For It is a world leader, with sales in excess of three billion copies. In addition to his academic teaching, Nunan carries out consulting work and gives conference presentations in many parts of the world.
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Click I Have iTunes to open it now. When Rupert Murdoch Came to Tea: A Memoir David Nunan. View More by This Author. Description Whoever coined the phrase 'the middle of nowhere' must have had Broken Hill in mind, because that's where it was -- and still is, although the Road to Nowhere is now all-weather tarmac. Customer Ratings We have not received enough ratings to display an average for this book.
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