Journal of Literature, Languages and Linguistics

The journal is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal.

The scope of the journal includes, but not limited to, knowledge of languages and literature, the study of literary and different cultural texts, theoretical and empirical study of language, critical thinking and theoretical, descriptive, applied and experimental linguistics., etc.

The journal also covers interdisciplinary research across the topics on culture, education, new technologies and their applications in language and linguistics.


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The journal is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal. The journal follows a monthly publishing schedule and welcomes original research articles, reviews, reports and case studies.

The jouranl template can be download here.

Manuscripts for publication must be submitted to JLLL@iiste.org in MS WORD format with a clear declaration that,

  1. the submission is original,
  2. the submission is not being considered elsewhere,
  3. there is no conflict of interests and,
  4. the authors agree to grant the first editing / publishing rights to the journal up on acceptance.
 
Posted: 2015-01-07
 
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Vol 29 (2016)

Table of Contents

Articles

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Book Review Ivor Agyeman-Duah (2010). Pilgrims of the Night: Development Challenges and Opportunities in Africa. Ayebia Clarke Publishing (189 pages). PDF
Elinam Amevor 1-2
Language Usage in Pakistani Classrooms PDF
Pakiza Saba 3-6
Female Predicament in J. M. Synge’s Drama ‘In the Shadow of the Glen’ PDF
Dar, Hilal Ahmad 7-9
The Ability of Translation Students in Translating English Proverbs into Arabic and Vice Versa at Jadara University in Jordan PDF
Mohammad Al Shehab 10-19
The Perception and Practice of EFL Primary First Cycle Teachers on Continuous Assessment: The Case of Borena and Guji Zones PDF
Tamiru Anole 20-26
Teaching Selective Listening at University Level PDF
Maia Takidze 27-30
The Role of Forensic Phonetics in Legal Investigation: A Case Study of Two Speaker-Identified/Unidentified Recorded Samples PDF
Bandar Khalil Mukattash 31-37


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