A conference organised by the Slovene Association of lsp teacherswas held on February 5–6, 2010 in Ljubljana. Among the topics discussedwere crosscultural communication, materials design, blendedforeign language teaching/learning, the Bologna reforms and theirconsequences to mention but a few. Teaching English for specific purposesin Slovenian tertiary education faces a very uncertain future, despitethe fact that almost everyone involved in teaching/learning foreignlanguages propagates the belief that languages play an importantrole in modern societies. While the eu’s language policy promotesmultilingualism and aims for a situation in which every eu citizencan speak at least two foreign languages in addition to their mothertongue, the majority of seasoned Slovenian language teachers ringalarm bells about the dire consequences of the present Slovenian languagepolicy
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