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Do Languages with Cognate Relationships have Advantages in Second Language Acquisition?

Do Languages with Cognate Relationships have Advantages in Second Language Acquisition?

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November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 TitleDo Languages with Cognate Relationships have Advantages in Second Language Acquisition? AuthorRaphiq Ibrahim Haifa University and Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel Bio Data:Dr. Raphiq Ibrahim is cognitive and neuropsychologist interested in visual and auditory word perception, language and bilingualism and hemispheric specialization for higher cognitive function. He lives in […]

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Language Dynamics of an Ethnic Minority Group: Some Methodological Concerns on Data Collection

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November 2006. Volume 1 Issue 3 TitleLanguage Dynamics of an Ethnic Minority Group: Some Methodological Concerns on Data Collection AuthorDr. Francesco CavallaroNanyang Technological University, Singapore Bio Data:Dr. Francesco Cavallaro is an Assistant Professor in Communication Skills at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has worked at various Universities in Australia and he is now living and […]

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Phonological Awareness in Bilingual and Trilingual Schoolchildren

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December 2007. Volume 2 Issue 3 TitlePhonological Awareness in Bilingual and Trilingual Schoolchildren AuthorGeorgia AndreouUniversity of Thessaly, Greece Bio-DataGeorgia Andreou is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the Department of Special Education, University of Thessaly, Greece. She teaches several courses, including introduction to linguistics, psycholinguistics, and teaching Greek as a second language. Her research interests include, […]

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Does Visual and Auditory Word Perceptions have a Language-Selective Input? Evidence from Word Processing in Semitic Languages.

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August 2008. Volume 3 Issue 2 TitleDoes Visual and Auditory Word Perception have a Language-Selective Input? Evidence from Word Processing in Semitic languages AuthorRaphiq Ibrahim University of Haifa, Israel Bio-Data Raphiq Ibrahim is a lecturer at the learning disabilities department of Haifa University and neuropsychologist in the cognitive neurology department at Ramba Medical Center in […]

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A Pragmatic Analysis of a Teacher’s Code

December 2009Volume 4 Issue 2 | December 2009 home | PDF version | TitleA Pragmatics Analysis of a Teacher’s Code-switching in a Bilingual Classroom AuthorYunisrina Qismullah Yusuf Universitas Syiah Kuala Biodata Yunisrina Qismullah Yusuf is a Lecturer at the English Department in the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Universitas Syiah Kuala, Banda Aceh, Indonesia, […]

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