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Prototype Theory and the Categorizationof the English Tense System

| February 7, 2011

June 2011 Volume 5 Issue 1 | June 2011 Index | PDF Version | Title Prototype Theory and the Categorization of the English Tense System Fengjuan Zhang Soochow University, Jiangsu, China. Bioprofile The author received her M.A. in Linguistics from Soochow University of China and completed the Faculty Development Program in MnSCU, the USA. She is currently […]

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Problems in Translating Collocations in Religious Texts from Arabic into English

| February 7, 2011

June 2011 Volume 5 Issue 1 | June 2011 Index | PDF Version | Title Problems in Translating Collocations in Religious Texts from Arabic into English Bader S. Dweik & Mariam M. Abu Shakra Middle East University for Graduate Studies, Department of English Amman, Jordan Bioprofiles: Bader S. Dweik holds a Ph.D. in General Linguistics (Sociolinguistics) and […]

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Foreword – June 2011

| February 7, 2011

June 2011 Volume 5 Issue 1 | June 2011 Index | PDF Version | Foreword It’s our pleasure to publish seven articles in this 2011 edition of The Linguistics Journal. We were sadly unable to publish any editions in 2010 due to difficulties. Our apologies are extended to those waiting for their work to be reviewed and […]

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Volume 5 Issue 1 2011

| February 6, 2011

Volume 5 Issue 1 2011 PDF Version Foreword by John Adamson Research Papers Bader S. Dweik & Mariam M. Abu Shakra. Problems in Translating Collocations in Religious Texts from Arabic Fengjuan Zhang. Prototype Theory and the Categorizationof the English Tense System Arthur S. Firkins. The Aboriginal Practitioner as Communication Mediator in Intercultural Bureaucratic Encounters Muneera […]

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2009 Index

| December 6, 2009

  Volume 4. Issue 2. December 2009 PDF version Table of Contents: Foreword by Katalin Egri Ku-Mesu 1. Yunisrina Qismullah Yusuf. A Pragmatic Analysis of a Teacher’s Code 2. Kagan Buyukkarci & Bilal Genc. Discourse Markers: The Case of ‘and’ in the Speech of Turkish Speakers of English 3. Anupam Das. The Distribution of Aspirated […]

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Attitudes of Student Teachers towards the use of English as Language of Instruction for Science and Mathematics in the Philippines

| November 8, 2006

November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3. Title Attitudes of Student Teachers towards the use of English as Language of Instruction for Science and Mathematics in the Philippines Author Camilla J. Vizconde Center for Educational Research and Development (CERD), University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines Bio Data: Camilla J. Vizconde is a faculty researcher in the […]

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Anaphor Resolution in Implicit and Explicit Causality Structures ofthe Active and Passive Types

| January 9, 2006

January 2006. Volume 1 pps 47 -58  PDF Journal version (for academic citation) Anaphor Resolution in Implicit and Explicit Causality Structures of the Active and Passive Types Forood Sepassi, Ph.D. and Amin Marzban, M.A Azad University, Shiraz, Iran Keywords: Anaphor resolution, processing, active and passive structures. 1. Introduction 1.1. Basic notions and terminology The etymology of […]

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L1 Persian Attrition

L1 Persian Attrition

| January 9, 2006

January 2006. Volume 1 pps 17 -46 ( PDF Journal version) for academic citation Title L1 Persian Attrition Authors Hamideh Jamshidiha & Hamideh Marefat University of Tehran, Iran Article PDF Version Abstract This study aims at investigating first language attrition in Persian speakers of English as L2. Three groups are compared: Persian monolinguals, early bilinguals and […]

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