Vol 2, No 6 (2012)

International Journal of English Linguistics, Vol. 2, No. 6, December 2012

Table of Contents

Articles

Language as Investment, Capital, and Economics: Spanish-Speaking English Learners’ Language Use and Attitudes PDF
Xiaoping Liang p1
Evaluating a Developed Framework for Curriculum Evaluation in Oman PDF
Khalid Salim Saif Al-Jardani p17
Transitional Probability and Word Segmentation PDF
Yingying Xie p27
A Survey on Freshmen’s Perception of Biblical Knowledge in Intercultural Communication PDF
Fengjuan Zhang p31
A Comparative Study of Activity Preferences of Learners and Teachers in College English Teaching and Its Implications for Curriculum Design PDF
Xiaohui Qin p40
A Corpus-Aided Study of Shifts in English-to-Chinese Translation of Prepositions PDF
Chung-ling Shih p50
A Study on Different Translation Evaluation Strategies to Introduce an Eclectic Method PDF
Mohsen Mobaraki, Sirwan Aminzadeh p63
Effects of Multi-Faceted Lexical Instruction on the TOEIC Listening Performance of Taiwanese EFL College Students PDF
Yi-chun Pan p71
Verbs Expressing Wish and Their Modality Features in Modern English PDF
Sevil Elchin Gurbanova p80
Figures of Thought in the English Literary Discourse PDF
Ayten Samir Seyidova p86
Developing Speaking Skills through Reading PDF
Cagri Tugrul Mart p91
Translating Literary Prose: Problems and Solutions PDF
Md. Ziaul Haque p97
What’s New in Shona Street Lingo? Semantic Change in Lingo Adoptives from Mainstream Shona PDF
Shumirai Nyota, Rugare Mareva p112
Semantic Errors Committed by Yemeni University Learners: Classifications and Sources PDF
Mohammed Qassem Al-Shormani, Yehia Ahmed Al-Sohbani p120


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