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Vol 5, No 5 (2013)
Table of Contents
|EFL Teachers’ Attitude toward Code Switching: A Turkish Setting|
|Güller Pınar Bilgin, Ali Rahimi||pp. 1-14|
|Role of Mother Tongue in Primary Schooling of Young Learners in Punjab|
|Muhammad Imran Shah||pp. 15-21|
|The Semiotics of Hair-Dickens’ Art of Characterization|
|Fatemeh Azizmohammadi||pp. 22-29|
|Yet Another Suggestion about the Origins of the Sumerian Language|
|Ioannis Kenanidis, Evangelos C. Papakitsos||pp. 30-44|
|Languages of North East India: A Comparative and Contrastive Analysis on Some of the Phonological Features|
|Curiously Bareh||pp. 45-58|
|Types of Predicate-Subject Constructions in Indonesian|
|Wagiati Wagiati, Dadang Suganda, Bambang Kaswanti Purwo, Wahya Wahya||pp. 59-74|
|Developing English Vocabulary Mastery through Meaningful Learning Approach|
|Syarifuddin Achmad||pp. 75-97|
|The Within-the-Noun-Category Zero Derivation in Macedonian|
|Marjana Vaneva||pp. 98-111|
|Polytechnic Skills and Competencies for National Development, the Role of Loan Word Integration in the Northern Region of Ghana|
|Ibrahim James Gurindow M-minibo||pp. 112-124|
|Syntactic Errors in Descriptive Paragraphs by Native Indonesian-Speaking Students of English|
|Muhammad Basri D, Andi Tenri Ampa, Junaid Junaid||pp. 125-137|
|Metaphor and Cultural Models in Translation|
|Rahman Veisi Hasar, Manoochehr Tavangar, Vali Rezai||pp. 138-155|
|On the Syntax of Stripping in Libyan Arabic|
|Ali Algryani||pp. 156-173|
|Underapplication in Akan Loanword Adaptation|
|Kwasi Adomako||pp. 174-196|
|The Relationship between EI and Writing Improvement of Iranian EFL Students at MA Level|
|Hamta Ghasemi, Fatemeh Behjat, Ali Asghar Kargar||pp. 197-207|
|Some Syntactic Innovations in New Literatures in English|
|Pairote Bennui||pp. 208-224|
|The Effect of Active Learning Instruction on the Intermediate Iranian EFL Learners’ Listening Comprehension Ability|
|Hamid Ashraf, Mohammad Ali Fatemi, Samane Naderi||pp. 225-242|
|Time and Tense in Language|
|Mohammad Jafar Jabbari||pp. 243-252|
|The Effect of Second Language Proficiency Level on the Output-Input Processing Sequence|
|Mina Kazemzadeh, Akbar Afghari||pp. 253-264|
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