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IATEFL President, Marjorie Rosenberg, gives you a warm welcome to the IATEFL Birmingham Conference.

Why not invite your colleagues or friends to join one of the highlights of the English language teaching calendar ? Simply forward this invitation, or share via Twitter or Facebook, using  #IATEFL

From Wednesday 13 April, you can watch the World renown David Crystal give the Opening Plenary titled "Who Would of Thought it? The English Language 1966-2066" (Check the time where you are.)

Don't forget, you can check the live plenary schedule and use the handy FAQs to find out more about how to get the most out of joining IATEFL Birmingham Online.

We hope to see you online!

Julian, Martin, Monika and Rebecca
British Council Birmingham Online Team
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