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Volume VI

Papers Published Under Volume VI, 2022 (Open Access)

Issue-32, July 2022

A Linguistic Analysis of Lady Macbeth’s Monologue in Macbeth 1.5.35-52
Giuseppe and Giovanna

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.001

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Business Communication Teaching to Indian Students in the Times of COVID19
Dr. Suneeta and Sohini Ghosh

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.002

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Effects of Errors in the Use of Nouns and Prepositions in Nigerian English on Students’ Performance in English Language
Dr. Ngozi Ohakamike Obeka

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.003

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Language and Legal Education in India: An Observation
Dr. Vimal Kumar

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.004

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Metaphor: A Linguistic Tool for Persuasion in some Advertisements of Vodafone,the Second Major Telecommunication Company in Ghana
Douglas and Dr. Esther

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.005

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Non-English Majored Students’ Attitudes towards Learning English for Specific Purposes
Pham and Huynh

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.006

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Post-Independent India and Transition in Rama Mehta’s Inside the Haveli
Dr. Sharad Chavan

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.007

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The Pedagogical Procedures and Indicators of Post-Methods for English Language Teaching: A Theoretical Perspective
Dr. Mohsina and Naziba

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.008

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The Socio-Political Issues in the Light of Kit Robinson’s A Mental Finding
Dr. Julian John N. Limutan

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.32.009

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Issue-31, May 2022

EFL Value in Scientific and Commercial Stream Students in Morocco: The Case of Preparatory Classes (CPGE)

Youssef Laaraj

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.31.001

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The Impact of the Genre-based Approach in the Comprehension of Literature-in-English Lessons

Solomon E. Mangvwat & Victor J. Meshak

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.31.002

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The Impacts of EFL Teachers’ Behaviour on Their Learners’ Performance: Case of Secondary Schools in Beninese Context

Pedro Marius Egounleti

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.31.003

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The Symbolic Representation of the African Community ‘Tree’ and the Expression of Nostalgia for Culture Restoration in Six African Poems

Andrew and Douglas

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.31.004

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The Theory of Ecofeminism vis-a-vis Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing

Dr. Jasleen Kaur Nanda

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.31.005

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Using Technologies to Improve Students’ Performance in EFL Classrooms: Teachers’ and Learners’ Opinions in Some Secondary Schools in Benin

Dr. Hindeme Ulrich Orlando Sèna

Crossref/DOI: https://doi.org/10.54850/jrspelt.6.31.006

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Issue-30, March 2022

Professional Development of English Language Teachers at the College Level in India

Dr. Rajat Ghosh

Reexamining the Value of Grammatical Corrective Feedback in Improving Students’ Accuracy in L2 Writing: Is It Any Good?

Dr. Sorin M. Popovici

The Quest and Rush for the English Language in Cameroon: The Case of UCAC-ICAM

Dr. Forchap Justine

Type-errors and Token-errors in Grammar Evaluation

Philipose; Rajaraman; Srinivas

Issue-29, January 2022

An Analysis of Common Pronunciation Errors Made by Adult Burmese EFL Learners: A Study Taken at the Experts English Language Center in Yangon, Myanmar

Pyae Pyae Min Zaw

An Overview on the National Language Policy of Bangladesh: Language Manipulation in Different Realms by the Indigenous Community

Rubaiya Saif Arna and Chand Sultana

The Academic Language Used in Scientific Research

Dr. V. Chandra Sekhar Rao

The e-Grammar Tutor: Is Moodle Still a Viable LMS for L2?

Dr. Sorin M. Popovici

Pop Music Indeed Aids Teachers to Teach English to English Foreign Language Students

Sandra Maribel Ramírez Camino

Using Design Thinking to Enhance Oral Presentation Instructions in an Advanced Level English Teaching: A Reflective Practice

Nada Tayem and Tewero Tchekpassi

 

 

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