Irina Pavlović is a research assistant at the English Language Education department and the Institute of Technology and Education. Previously, she worked on a research project on South Slavic and German multilingualism at the Department of Slavonic Studies in Innsbruck and taught English, German and Croatian in adult education. She was a research fellow at the Austrian Marshall Plan Center for European Studies at the University of New Orleans. Holding a teaching degree (Mag. phil.) in English and Russian from the University of Innsbruck, she currently pursues a doctorate at the University of Bremen’s English Department. Her primary research interest lies in the field of pronunciation teaching and the impact of the phonetic/phonological error in the context of foreign language education. In addition, she is interested the teaching method of intercomprehension with regard to the language level of phonetics/phonology and multilingual didactics and pronunciation in the broadest sense, respectively. Moreover, Irina Pavlović works on an interdisciplinary and interdepartmental research team developing subject-didactic concepts which connect ELT and vocational teacher training.