The Investigation Report on the Current Situation of Middle School English Teaching in Linzhi District in the Context of Trilingual Background

Jie XU


In the Tibetan region of China, nearly 20 years of English teaching has been carried out,which has got some achievements. But there are also some problems in English teaching. This article will investigate and analyze the current situation of middle school English teaching in Linzhi district in the context of trilingualism, hoping to effectively solve these problems that encountered in Tibetan middle school English teaching.


Linzhi distrct; Trilingual background; Middle school English teaching

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