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Vol 6, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|A Systemic Functional Analysis of the Mystic Poet Baba Bullay Shah "Main Jana Jogi Day Naal"|
|Malik HaqNawaz Danish||pp. 1-11|
|Achievement Test Development and Validation: A Measure of Reading Comprehension Strategies for Iranian Learners of English|
|Mahmoud Samaie, Fereshteh Khosravian||pp. 12-22|
|Employment of Manifest Intertextuality in Geology and Applied Linguistics Ph.D. Theses: A Social Constructionist Perspective|
|Nauman Al Amin Ali El Sayed||pp. 23-29|
|Enantiosemy of A Phraseological Unit (In the Example of the Uzbek Language)|
|Yorqinjon Odilov||pp. 30-36|
|Derrida and Language: Deconstruction|
|Ceren Yegen, Memet Abukan||pp. 37-50|
|The Semantic Relation of Denominal, Deverbal, and Deadjectival Verbs with Other Arguments in the Osing Language|
|Asrumi Asrumi, Edi Subroto, Sudaryanto Sudaryanto||pp. 51-69|
|“Accept That You Should Change Your School’s Policy”: Pragmatic Strategies in EFL Written Communication|
|Tahmineh Tayebi||pp. 70-84|
|Discourse Meanings: An Application of Intertextuality Perspective|
|Abdel Rahman M. Altakhaineh, Marwan Ali Jarrah, Marzoug N AlSulayyi||pp. 85-97|
|English Loanwords in Colloquial Jordanian Arabic|
|Mohammad Abedltif Al Btoush||pp. 98-108|
|Semantic Prosody in the Qur’an|
|Kholood Al-Sofi, Marlyna Maros, Kaseh Abu Bakr||pp. 109-120|
|Disagreeing Strategies in University Classroom Discussions among Indonesian EFL Learners|
|Nurul Choyimah, M. Adnan Latief||pp.121-141|
|Strategies Employed by the Vietnamese to Respond to Compliments and the Influence of Compliment Receivers’ Perception of the Compliment on Their Responses|
|Nhung Thi Hong Pham||pp. 142-165|
|Semantic Classes and Functions of Lexical Presupposition Triggers: An Experimental Investigation of Chatters’ Use|
|Francesca Ferrucci||pp. 166-176|
|The “Worldiness” of English: EIL and EFL in the Era of Global Capitalism|
|An Impetus for Change: Classroom Analysis Using Sinclair and Coulthard’s Model of Spoken Discourse|
|Simon James Nicholson||pp. 188-208|
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