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Archived Articles

    MJAL 4:4 Spring 2012      ISSN 0974-8741

  1. The Enhancement of Lexical Collocation Learning ThroughConcordanceing: A Case of Iranian EFL Learners
    by 1. Mahboobeh Pirmoradian & 2. Omid Tabatabaei

  2. "Believe me, I'm telling the truth": A Comparative Study ofExpressing Honesty in English and Persian
    by Azade Katal, SafaEvazzade

  3. Common Errors in Second Language (L2) Speakers''Written Texts. A Case of First Year First Semester (L1:S1) Arts students at Midlands State University: An Error Analysis Approach
    by Fungai Mutema and Itayi Mariko

  4. Multiple Intelligences in Locally-published ELT Textbooks in Iran
    by 1. Mahdi Nasiri 2. Saeed Ketabi & 3. Hossein Vahid Dastjerdi

  5. The effect of implementing information-gap tasks on EFL learners' speaking ability
    by 1.Kazem Watamni & 2. Javad Gholami

    1. MJAL AUTUMN 3 : 4      ISSN NO :0974-8741

    2. The Effect of Jigsaw Technique on the Learners' Reading Achievement: The Case of English as L2

    3. by Mahnaz Kazemi
    4. Literature, Language or Linguistics? Student Perspectives on What English Departments in Arab Universities Should Focus on

    5. by Rahma Al Mahrooqi and Hooriya Al-Shihi
      Page No:154-169

    6. A pedagogical proposal for teaching grammar using consciousness-raising tasks

    7. 1. Mónica Beatriz Crivos & 2. Pedro Luis Luchini
      Page No: 141-153

    8. Learner-Centred Approach to Project-Based Computer-Assisted Language Learning

    9. by 1.Tam Shu Sim & 2.Taher Bahrani
      Page No: 129- 140

    10. The Effect of Pedagogical Tasks in EFL Learners' Performance

    11. Ali Sorayaie Azar & 1Raheleh Taheri Maragheh
      Page no: 119-128

    12. Sound Deletion in Colloquial Persian
      by Hamzeh Moradi
      Page no : 109-118

    13. MJAL SUMMER 2: 4      ISSN NO :0974-8741

    14. The Effect of Label English and Persian Language on Persian Males and Females' Buying Behavior

    15. by Somayeh Jalali and Mahdi Modrek
      Pages No: 93-108

    16. Mobile Phone Technology in English Teaching: Causes & Concerns

    17. by Naveen K Mehta,
      Pages No:82-92,

    18. Investigating how learners in Argentina construe their social reality through the use of language

    19. Pedro Luis Luchini
      Pages No: 68-81,

    20. The Relationship between Willingness to Communicate and Success in Learning English as a Foreign Language

    21. by 1. Purya Baghaei
      2. Ali Dourakhshan
      Pages No: 53-67,

      MJAL SUMMER 1: 4      ISSN NO :0974-8741

    22. Talk to Me.pdf
      Anne Sheela Peter,
      Pages: 43-52.
    23. Self-Monitoring.pdf
      P.M. USHA RANI ,
      Pages: 36-42.  

    24. A Comparative Study of Testing Grammar Knowledge of Iranian Students between Cloze and Multiple –choice Tests by 1.Minoo Alemi & 2.pdf
      Minoo Alemi,
      Pages: 16-35.  

    25. An Analysis of Disciplinary Distinction between Persian and English A Case Study of.pdf Universities
      Gholam Reza Zarei,
      Sara Mansoori,
      Pages: 1-15.  

      1. MJAL 3 : 2 Summer 2011 - ISSN 0974-8741

      2. Advancing English Language Teaching Research in Gulf Cooperation Council States Universities
        Ali Al-Issa,
        Pages: 60-77.  

      3. Role of Reflective Teaching in the Evolution of an Effective Teacher
        S.Usha Menon and C.Alamelu,
        Pages: 78-85.  

      4. A Sociolinguistic Study of The linguistic Taboos in the Yemeni Society
        Nada Qanbar,
        Pages: 86-104.  

      5. The Acquisition of English Grammatical Morphemes: A Case of Iranian EFL Learners
        Fatemeh Behjat,
        Pages : 105-123.  

      6. Syntax and Semantics Interface
        A. Sathikulameen,
        Pages: 124-135.  

      7. Structural Analysis of Lexical Bundles Across Two Types of English News Papers Edited by Native and Non-native speakers
        Marzieh Rafi & Mansoor Tavakoli ,

      8. Online Interactional Feedback in Second Language Writing: Through Peer or Tutor?
        Khalil Motallebzadeh and Somaye Amirabadi,

      9. A contrastive study of generic organization of doctoral dissertation acknowledgements written by native and non-native (Iranian) students in applied linguistics
        Farhad Golpour Lasaky,
        Pages: 175-199.  

      10. Writing Errors, what they can tell a teacher?
        Akram Nayernia,

      11. Structural Analysis of Lexical Bundles Across Two Types of English News Papers
        Marzieh Rafiee, Mansoor Tavakoli andZahra Amirian,
        Pages: 218-236.  

      12. English for Communication Purposes among Non-native Speaking Heterogeneous Urban Refugees in Thailand: Discouragement in Bilingual and Biliteracy Development
        Hugo Yu-Hsiu Lee,

      13. The Teaching of Writing in Brazilian Schools
        Wagner Rodrigues Silva,

      14. The Relationship between Peer Assessment and the Cognition Hypothesis Mona Khabiri
        Soroush Sabbaghan and Sahar Sabbaghan,

        MJAL 3:1 winter 2011 - ISSN 0974-8741

      1. A Framework for Authorship Identification of Questioned Documents: Forensic and Linguistic Convergence
        1. Sresha Yadav & 2. Smita Jha ,
        Pages : 1-7.  

      2. Enhancing the collocative competence of ESL learners using Word Forks
        N.Pratheeba ,
        Pages :8-22.

      3. Evolution and Transformation of the French Language in Côte d’Ivoire
        Sanogo Adama ,
        Pages : 23-39.  

      4. Realization of Tamil Gender into English
        S. Vanitha ,
        Pages : 40-52.  

      5. Professional Development Programmes for Teachers of English
        1. S.Ganesan & 2. R.Shalini ,
        Pages : 53-59.  

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        MJAL 1:6 January 2011 ISSN 0974-8741

      1. Effects of Focus on Form on the Learning of Relative Clauses in an EFL Context
        1. Seyed Jalal Abdolmanafi & 2. Behshahr Branch,
        Pages : 27-39.  

      2. Form-focused Second Language Vocabulary Learning as the Predictor of EFL Achievement: A Case for Translation in a Longitudinal study
        Ali Jahangard,
        Pages : 40-75.  

      3. Arab EFL University Students' Errors in the Use of Prepositions
        Yousef Sharif Tahaineh,
        Pages : 76-112.  

      4. 5.The Use of Impact as a Noun and as a Verb in British and American Corpora
        Massrura Mostafa,
        Pages : 113-126.  

      5. Universal Grammar and Second Language Learners: The case of Pro-drop Parameter
        Ahmed Qadoury Abed ,
        Pages : 127-151.  

      6. Distributions of different parts of speech in different parts of a text and in different texts
        Hemlata Pande and H. S. Dhami,
        Pages : 152-170.  

      7. Examining Iranian Language Learners' Perceptions of Language Education in Formal and Informal Contexts: A Quantitative Study
        Reza Pishghadam and Safoora Navari ,
        Pages : 171-185.  
      8. Book at glance
        by R.NARAYANAN,
        Page: 186. 

        by Mohammad Ali Salmani-Nodoushan,
        Pages: 187-189. 

      10. ELT and the Teacher Responsibilities - the Realisation and the Response
        Dr Krushna Chandra Mishra,
        Pages: 190-194. 

      11. Clinical Linguistics - A Multidisciplinary Theme
        by Lalitha Raja. R,
        Pages: 195- 200. 

      12. The importance of incorporating INSET programs into second language instruction for the attainment of professional development
        by Pedro Luis Luchini,
        Pages: 201-209. 

      13. MJAL 2:1 JANUARY 2010 ISSN 0974-8741

      14. Authenticity and Authentication in Language Testing: an Operational Perspective
        1. Nematullah Shomoossi & 2. Mansoor Tavakoli,
        Pages: 1-26.  

      15. Teaching Vocabulary in the ESL/EFL Classroom: Central Pedagogical Issues
        by Anindya Syam Choudhury
        Pages : 306-316 

      16. Task-Based Language Teaching in India
        by Mahar Attar and S.S.Chopra
        Pages: 249-251. 

      17. A Comparative Qualitative Study of Lexical Bundles in Three Academic Genres of Applied Linguistics
        by 1.Hassan Jalali & 2. Somayeh Ghayoomi
        Pages: 323-333 

      18. MJAL 2:3 -March 2010 ISSN 0974-8741

      19. Difficulties faced by Manipuri speakers due to Cultural differences in Learning English
        by Sujeta Beishamayum ,
        Pages : 210-222. 

      20. Apology Strategies of Yemeni EFL University Students
        by Mohammed Hasan Ahmed Alfattah,
        Pages: 223-248. 

      21. Book Review
        by Dr Mohammad Ali Salmani Nodoushan,
        Pages: 249-251. 

      22. Exploring second language vocabulary instruction: An Action Research Project
        by Pedro Luchini & 2. Myriam Serati,
        Pages: 252: 272. 

      23. Who is in advantage: a Balanced or Dominant Bilingual
        by Alireza Karbalaei,
        Pages: 273: 294. 

      24. MJAL 2:2 Special-Issue-February 2010 ISSN 0974-8741

      25. Involved or Informative: A Gender Perspective on Using Pronouns and Specifiers in EFL Students' Writing
        by Parastoo Yazdani, Kish International Campus, Iran Reza Ghafar Samar, Tarbiat Modares University, Iran
        Pages: 354-378. 

      26. The Impact of Visual and Verbal Intelligences-Based Teaching on the Vocabulary Retention and Written Production of Iranian Intermediate EFL Learners
        Reza Pishghadam
        Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran
        Ebrahim Khodadady
        Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran
        Nastaran Khoshsabk
        Garmsar Azad University, Iran
        Pages: 379 -395  

      27. Peer assessment: An alternative to traditional testing
        by Khadijeh Majdoddin, University of Tehran at Kish Internations Campus, Iran
        Pages: 396- 405  

      28. MJAL 2:4 June 20ISSN 0974-8741

      29. Two Factors of L2 Listening
        by Minhee Eom ,

      30. Head-Position and Wh-movement Parameters in Persian
        Ali Jahangard, PhD
        Pages : 516-526  

      31. Denotational Mathematical Explanations for English Grammar Rules
        H.S.Dhami and Shalini Sharma
        Pages: 517-528  

      32. MJAL 2:5 August 2010        ISSN 0974-8741

      33. Implementing Learner Autonomy in Indian Language Classroom Devi Archana Mohanty, Research Scholar
        by Department of HSS, IIT Kharagpur,India ,
        Pages: 334-345  

      34. Strategies to Solve Students' Common Communicative Problems at Engineering College Level
        by V.Rajasekaran,India
        Pages : 346-353 

      35. Involved or Informative: A Gender Perspective on Using Pronouns and Specifiers in EFL Students' Writing
        by Parastoo Yazdani, Kish International Campus, Iran Reza Ghafar Samar, Tarbiat Modares University, Iran
        Pages: 354-378. 

      36. Translating English Sentences into Tamil by P.G Students: Problems and Perspectives
        by R. Saranya

      37. Language learning strategies in an ESP context: A study of political sciences students
        by Abdulmuhsen Ayedh alqahtani & Safaa Mohammad Alhebaishi
        Pages : 467-477  

      38. Polite Request strategies by Yemeni Females: A socio-pragmatic study
        by 1.Yahya Mohammed Ali Al-Marrani & 2. Azimah Binti Sazalie
        Pages: 478-515  

      39. Tamil Proverbs: A Structural Approach
        by V. Geetha & B. Kamatchi
        Pages: 439-455 

      40. Educational Games as a Vehicle to Teaching Vocabulary
        by Minoo Alemi
        Pages: 425-438

      41. Distinguishing linguistic and discourse features in ESL students' written performance
        by Anthony Becke ,
        Pages: 406-424  

        Krushna Chandra Mishra ,
        Pages : 432-447.  

      43. Is there any relationship between Language, Thought and Representation?
        1. Iman TOHIDIAN AND 2. Ezatollah Tohidian ,
        Pages : 413-431.  

      44. Efficiency of Language Learning Strategies in School Children
        R.Lalitha Raja,
        Pages : 392-412.  

      45. Form-focused instruction and the learning experience of adult ESL students
        R. Joseph PONNIAH,
        Pages : 382-391.  

      46. A Sociophonological Model for Orthographies in the New World Democracy
        C.U.C. Ugorji ,
        Pages : 360-381.  

        A.Yuvaraj ,
        Pages : 350-359.  
      48. MJAL 1:5 September 2009 ISSN 0974-8741

        Pages : 348-349.  

      50. Landscaping the Mindscape of Characters in Fiction:A Linguistic Critiquing of Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss
        Pages: 331-347.  

      51. A Case Study on Infant Bilingual Acquisition
        Yunisrina Qismullah Yusuf,
        Pages: 303-330. 

        Ms G Manjulatha Devi,

      53. The Role of Grammar: An Insight into the Skill-Building and the Output Hypotheses
        R. Joseph Ponniah
        Pages:275- 285. 

      54. English and Engineering Education:The Need to Move Beyond the Employability Discourse
        K.P.S.K. Ilavenil,
        Pages: 264-274. 

      55. Psycholinguistic Aided Phonics Teaching To Dysphonetic Dyslexics
        P.Paramadhyalan,Aravind Kannan & V. Thiruvalluvan.
        Pages: 244-263.  

      56. MJAL 1:4 July 2009 ISSN 0974-8741

      57. Putting Things Right:State-of-the-Art on Critical Pedagogy
        and writing
        1. Mohammad Momenian 2. Mohsen Shirazizadeh

      58. MJAL 1:3 May 2009 ISSN 0974-8741

      59. Improving learning and teaching through action research
        Mohammed Ali Salmani Nodoushan,


      61. Authentic Texts and Pedagogy: A Model
        Asima Ranjan Parhi, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal
        Pradesh, India. Pages 194-206  
      62. MJAL 1:2 March 2009 ISSN 0974-8741

      63. Is EFL study major a predictor of language achievement?
        Mohammad Ali Salmani Nodoushan, University of Zanjan, Iran.
         Pages: 182-193

      64. Application of Community Language Learning for Effective
        P.Nagaraj, Bharathiar University,Coimbatore, India.
         Pages 174-181 

      65. The Indian English Literature Teaching at UG level -An ELT view
        Krushna Chandra Mishra, Govt. College, Bomdila-790001 ,
        Arunachal Pradesh, India. Pages: 169-173

      66. An Alternative Part - II General English Syllabus for English
        Literature Students.
        S. Mekala, National Institute of Technology, Thiruchirapalli, India.
        Pages: 154-168

      67. Is there a Textbook in the Language Classroom?
        V.B. Vinod, National Institute of Technology, Thiruchirapalli,
        India. Pages: 140-153

      68. On the relationship between Iranian English language teachers'
        efficacy beliefs and their students' achievement
        1. Hossein Navidinia 2. Iman Mousavi 3. Mohsen Shirazizade,
        Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. Pages : 122-139

      69. What do we need to acquire a second language?
        R. Joseph Ponniah, National Institute of Technology,
        Thiruchirapalli, India.  Pages: 112-121

      70. ESL Teaching Methodology
        Krushna Chandra Mishra Pages 102-111 

      71. Coperative Learning Strategies To EnhanceWritingSkill
        Rita Rani Mandal Pages:93-102

      72. IntroductionTo Applied Linguistics
        Narayanan.R Pages:90-92

      73. Creativity of English in Print Media Advertising
        Robert Gnanamony.S Pages:70-89

      74. Elements of English Language Teaching for Dyslexics
        Pramadhyalan.P Pages : 54-69

      75. Identifying sources of bias in EFL writing assessment through
        multiple trait scoring
        Mohammad Ali Salmani-Nodoushan Pages : 27-53 
      76. Volume 1:1 February 2009

      77. Teaching English as a second in India by Murali.M (PDF-FILE)

      78. English language Teaching In India by R.Narayanan,
        N.Rajasekharan Nair & S.Iyyappan (PDF-FILE)

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