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Adriena Ondrášková, Sebastián Ševčík, Pavel Kostecký, Juraj Tóth and Róbert Kysel

References Bór J., Tóth J., Sátori S., Betz H. D., 2008: Simultaneous sprite observations from Sopron, Hungary and Modra, Slovakia. General Assembly EGU, Vienna 2008 (poster). Greenberg E., Price C., Yair Y., Haldoupis C., Chanrion O., Neubert T., 2009: ELF/VLF signatures of sprite-producing lightning discharges observed during the 2005 EuroSprite campaign, 2009, JASTP 71, 12, 1254-1266. Kostecký P., Ondrášková A., Rosenberg L., Turňa Ľ., 2000: Experimental setup for the monitoring

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Alessia Cogo and Sávio Siqueira

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Ying Wang

. European Journal of Language Policy 2: 271-294. Crystal, David. 2008. Two thousand million? English Today 24(1): 3-6. Dewey, Martin. 2012. Towards a post-normative approach: learning the pedagogy of ELF. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca 1(1): 141-170. Galloway, Nicola & Heath Rose. 2014. Using listening journals to raise awareness of Global Englishes in ELT. ELT Journal 68(4): 386-396. Hall, Christopher. 2014. Moving beyond accuracy: From tests of English to tests of ‘Englishing’. ELT Journal 68(4): 376-385. Jenkins, Jennifer

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Franz P. Zantis, Ján Hribik and Daniela Ďuračková

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Tomokazu Ishikawa and Sonia Morán Panero

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Hana Pačaiová, Milan Oravec, Miroslav Šmelko, Pavol Lipovský and Filip Forraj

”, Bioelectromagnetics , 19(2):98-106, (1998). [11] H. Tuschl et al , “Occupational exposure to static, ELF, VF and VLF magnetic fields and immune parameters”, Int. J. Occup. Med. Environ. Health , 13(1):39-50, (2000). [12] IARC Working Group on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, Non-ionizing radiation, Part 1: Static and extremely low-frequency (ELF) electric and magnetic fields.Lyon, IARC, (2002). [13] L. Zecca et al , “Biological effects of prolonged exposure to ELF electromagnetic fields rats: III. 50 Hz electromagnetic fields

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Tünde Nagy

meaning in interaction between English and Spanish speakers via communicative strategies. Atlantis 29(1): 87–105. Haegeman, Patricia. 2002. Foreigner talk in lingua franca business telephone calls. In: K. Knapp, C. Meierkord (eds), Lingua franca communication , 135–162. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. Hülmbauer, Cornelia–Böhringer, Heike–Seidlhofer, Barbara. 2008. Introducing English as a lingua franca (ELF). Precursor and partner in intercultural communication. Synergies Europe 3: 25–36. Jenkins, Jennifer. 2000. The phonology of English as an

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Darko Brodić

References [1] International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). (2002). Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, Non-Ionizing Radiation, Part 1: Static and Extremely Low-Frequency (ELF) Electric and Magnetic Fields. Lyon, France: IARC Press, 80. [2] National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB). (2001). ELF Electromagnetic Fields and the Risk of Cancer. Report of an Advisory Group on Non-ionizing Radiation (Doc. NRPB 12). Chilton, UK. [3] Calvente, I., Fernandez, M.F., Villalba, J., Ilea

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A. Ondrášková, S. Ševčík, P. Kostecký and L. Rosenberg

Simultaneous Measurements of Low-Frequency Natural Electric Field at Two Neighbouring Stations

The electromagnetic eigenmodes of Earth-ionosphere global resonator known as Schumann Resonances (SR) are excited by global lightning activity. The simultaneous measurements of electric field in the ELF (~5 - 100 Hz) frequency band at two observatories clearly reveal the global character of the resonator response to the excitation both in the permanent Schumann background as well as in isolated events (transients). It is shown that measurement of ELF electric field can be done with relatively simple equipment.

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Alicia Chabert

, P., Cavalheiro, L., Kordia, S. (2018). ELF-awareness in ELT: Bringing together theory and practice. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 7 (1), 155–209. doi:10.1515/jelf-2018-0008. Tang, J. (2002). Using L1 in the English Classroom. English Teacher Forum, 40 (1), 36–43. Retrieved from . Regulations Council of Europe. (2001). Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment . Council of Europe. (2018). Common European Framework of