International Journal of Language & Linguistics

ISSN 2374-8850 (Print), 2374-8869 (Online)

Vol. 3, No. 5; November 2016


Table of Contents
Articles
Language Input Modification by Indonesianefl Teachers across Teaching Experience and Students’ Grade
Ardhian Suseno, Bambang Yudi Cahyono
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Stylistic Ideology: Building Images in Advertising Language in the Brewery and Communication Industries in Cameroon
SEINO Evangeline Agwa Fomukong
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Towards a Flipped Translation Classroom: Introducing and Enhancing Ethics in Translation Training
Jia-chen CHUO
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An Analytic Hierarchy Process for English Learning Strategies of College Students in Taiwan
Ping-Huang SHEU, PhD
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The Placement of Idioms in Traditional and Non-Traditional Approaches
Monira I. Almohizea
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Children’s and Young Adults’ Judgment of Native-accented and Foreign-accented Filipino Speakers
Fhadzralyn L. Aidil-Karanain, Ph.D.
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Word formation: the Description of the Nyakyusa Derivation and Inflection
Nichodamus Robinson
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EFL Students’ Responses on Oral Corrective Feedbacks and Uptakes in Speaking Class
Gunawan Suryoputro, Aam Amaliah
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The Constitution of Brazilian Footballing Speech Objects: Atletico Mineiro Club as a Club of Great Achievements or a Discursive Object Well Built?
Priscilla Chantal Duarte Silva, Gustavo Miranda Guimarães
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The GEROM Project Search Engine
Marco Stefano Tomatis
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Students’ Perceptions of the ideal-Teacher-as-Reader
Besma Allagui
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ESP in Saudi Arabia: A Need for Active Community
Shuruq Alsubaie
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The Effectiveness of Comprehensible Input: A Case of English Curriculum Design
Jia-Ying Lee
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Presupposition-triggers and the Linguistic Features of Print Advertising Language
Yuan Pang
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Presuppositions in Strategies of Conveying New Information in Print Advertising Language
Yuan Pang
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A cognitive study of certain Animals in English and Arabic Proverbs: A Comparative Study
Imad Hayif Sameer
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Strategies in the translation of Arabic Da’wah texts: A case study of "Don’t be Sad"
Sarah Alajlan
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An Analysis of Translating Cultural Specific Terms in Bawden’s The Mongol Chronicle Altan Tobci
Jinyu Liu, Ph.D.; Wurihan
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Signals from the Surface of Texts: How Lexical Cohesion Reflects Writers’ Tones in Nigerian Newspaper Editorials
Zubairu Malah
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