Keywords: All articles must include Keywords at the beginning of the article.List
4-6 keywords to facilitate locating the article through keyword searches in the
Graphs - Charts - either in the body of the document or at the end.
Paragraphs. Double space between paragraphs. Indent the beginning of each paragraph
except those immediately following a heading, quotation, example, figure, chart
or table. Keep text formatting (e.g., italics, bold, etc.) to the absolute minimum
necessary. Use full justification. All lines to be against Left Hand Side Margin
(except quotes - to be indented per APA style).
The abstract should contain an informative summary of the main points
of the article, including, where relevant, the article’s purpose, theoretical
framework, methodology, types of data analysed, subject information, main findings,
and conclusions. The abstract should reflect the focus of the article.
**viii) The Asian EFL Journal provides the most up to date research in SLA and EFL related topics. We strongly recommend you consult our Journal Editions and refer to such latest works where appropriate. Articles referencing the Asian EFL Journal index, Linguistics Journal Index will receive priority.
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