Questionnaire - English version: Representations of the English language

This questionnaire was designed to supply some information on views of the English Language as a first language in different geographical regions of the world. It is being carried out through the University of Cergy-Pontoise in France in the faculty of Social Sciences in the specific domain of language teaching within the context of current global, cultural and social realities. As an active member of either the English speaking, learning or teaching community, your assistance is being solicited in the form of your answers to the questions contained in this document. There are no trick questions and the purpose of the study is not to pass judgment on you for your opinions which the researcher will greatly appreciate coming as they are from an authentic and active source which you represent. If you should require clarification, please do not hesitate to email your questions for a prompt reply. You are not required to give your name; this is an independent study, all the information will remain private and confidential. A copy of the findings can be made available to you by simple request. Thank you for your co-operation. S. Colly-Durand
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Section A: Background












Section B: Language use and regional Associations

For questions 11-16 below; choose the column containing the most appropriate response. "Always" means that for you, the statement is always true, "Often" means that it is true in the majority of cases. "Sometimes" means that the statement is true on a few occasions, "Rarely" means that it is rarely true and "Never" means that at no time is the statement true.

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Section C: English and Global Communication I

For each question in the following two sections choose the column containing the most appropriate response. "Strongly agree" means that you fully believe the statement, "Agree" means that most of the times the statement is true for you. "Disagree" means that you do not believe the statement and "neither agree nor disagree" means that you have no real opinion on the issue. Strongly disagree" means that the statement is totally false.


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Section D: English and Global Communication II











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