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Journal of Applied Linguistics and Language Research

Number 1(1), 2014

  • 1-11
    The Development of Productive Knowledge of Vocabulary through Implicit Exposure: Non-lexicalized Words in Focus
    Authors: Mohammad Ali Heidari-Shahreza
    Number of views: 521
  • 12-28
    The Effect of Reading Anxiety and Motivation on EFL Learners’ Choice of Reading Strategies
    Authors: Abbas Ali Zarei
    Number of views: 529
  • 29-44
    The Effect of Peer, Self, and Traditional Assessment on Iranian EFL Learners’ L2 Reading Comprehension
    Authors: Nasrin Shams, Mansoor Tavakoli
    Number of views: 516
  • 45-61
    Vocabulary Acquisition and Lexical Training by Semantic and Thematic Sets in Persian Learners of English
    Authors: Mahnaz Allahverdizadeh, Nematullah Shomoossi, Farzad Salahshoor, Zohreh Seifoori
    Number of views: 479
  • 62-74
    A Critical Review of the Interactionist Approach to Second Language Acquisition
    Authors: Saeid Najafi Sarem, Yusef Shirzadi
    Number of views: 756
  • 75-86
    The Effectiveness of Ur Model in Developing Iranian EFL Learners’ Fluency and Accuracy in Speaking
    Authors: Khojaste Askari, Jahanbakhsh Langroudi
    Number of views: 472
  • 87-99
    Attitudes of Iranian Teachers and Students towards Internship
    Authors: Zabih Ollah Javanbakht
    Number of views: 479
  • 100-117
    Gender Differences in the Expression of Gratitude by Persian Speakers
    Authors: Atefeh Yoosefvand, Abbass Eslami Rasekh
    Number of views: 554


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