Vol 4, No 1 (2014)

International Journal of English Linguistics, Vol. 4, No. 1, February 2014

Table of Contents


Exploring Linguistic Interdependence between American Sign Language and English through Correlational and Multiple Regression Analyses of the Abilities of Biliterate Deaf Adults PDF
Melissa M. Ausbrooks, Mary Anne Gentry p1
An Analysis of Generic Features of Acknowledgments in Academic Writing: Native Speakers of English vs. Non-Native (Iranian) PDF
Davud Kuhi, Shirin Rezaei p19
Metadiscourse in Indonesian EFL Learners’ Persuasive Texts: A Case Study at English Department, UNISBANK PDF
Katharina Rustipa p44
Attitudes towards Using Standard Arabic among Academic Staff at Balqa Applied University/Center in Jordan: A Sociolinguistic Study PDF
Rabab Ahmad Mizher, Fawwaz Al-Abed Al-Haq p53
Acquisition of the Labio-Dental Fricative /v/ in English L2 and Jamaican Creole: A Comparative Study PDF
Ahmed Ibrahim Mousa p60
Linguistic and Rhetorical Subjectivity in Media Discourse PDF
Umar Bello p70
A Review of EFL Arab Learners’ Language: Pitfalls and Pedagogical Implications PDF
Yousef Tahaineh p84
A Corpus-Based Study on the Performance of the Suggestion Speech Act by Chinese EFL Learners PDF
Tongqing Gu p103
Partitives: An Exploration in Cognitive Grammar PDF
Zeki Hamawand p112

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