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- Evolving Strategies for Teaching Basic Vocabulary in L2 through Meaningful Input:
An Ethnographic Study with First Generation Learners ... Rajakumar Guduru, M.Phil., Ph.D. Scholar
- Aspects of Autobiography in Indian Writing in English ... Editors: Pauline Das, Ph.D., K. R. Vijaya Murari, Ph.D., and Charu Sheela, M.A., M.Phil., M.B.A.
- Imagery in Donne's
Songs and Sonnets ... Fatima Ali al-Khamisi, M.A.
- Parsing in Indian
Languages ... Editors: Kommaluri Vijayanand and L. Ramamoorthy
Language Teaching (ELT) in Saudi Arabia: A Study of Learners' Needs
Analysis with Special Reference to Community College, Najran University
... Dr. Mohd. Mahib ur Rahman, Ph.D.
- Provision for
Linguistic Diversity and Linguistic Minorities in India
... Vanishree V.M., MAPL and ELT, M.A., PGDHRM.
of Students' Attitudes on their Achievement in English: A Study in the
Yemeni Context ... Hassan Saeed Awadh Ba-Udhan
- A Study of B.ED.
Students' Attitude Towards Using Internet in Vellore District, Tamilnadu,
India ... T. Pushpanathan, M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed.
- Development of a Hindi
to Punjabi Machine Translation System, A Doctoral Dissertation
... Vishal Goyal, Ph.D.
George Bedell, Ph. D.
- A Report on the State
of Urdu Literacy in India, 2010 ... Omar Khalidi, Ph.D.
- English for Medical Students
of Hodeidah University, Yemen - A Pre-sessional Course ...
Arif Ahmed Mohammed Hassan Al-Ahdal, Ph.D. Scholar
- Global Perspective of
Teaching English Literature in Higher Education in Pakistan
Rabiah Rustam, M.S., Ph.D. Candidate
- Improving Chemmozhi
Learning and Teaching - Descriptive Studies in Classical-Modern Tamil
Grammar ... A. Boologa Rambai, Ph.D.
- A Phonetic and Phonological
Study of the Consonants of English and Arabic ... Abdulghani
A. Al-Hattami, Ph.D. Candidate
- Some Aspects of Teaching-Learning
English as a Second Language ...
R. Krishnaveni, M.A., M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. Candidate
- The Influence
of First Language Grammar (L1) on the English Language (L2) Writing
of Tamil School Students: A Case Study from Malaysia ...
Mahendran Maniam, Ph.D. (ESL)
of Crime : A Comparative Analysis of the Socio-Economic Conditions of
Convicted Female and Male Criminality In Selected Prisons in Tamil Nadu
... S. Santhanalakshmi, Ph.D.
- Technique as
Voyage of Discovery: A Study of the Techniques in Dante's Paradiso
Raji Narasimhan, M.A.
- A Critical
Study of The Wasteland - Poetry as Metaphor ... K. R.
Vijaya, M.A., M.Phil.
- Language and Literature: An
Exposition - Papers Presented in the Karunya University National Seminar
... Editor: J. Sundar Singh, Ph.D.
- Linguistic Purism
and Language Planning in a Multilingual Context ... L.
- Papers Presented in
the All-India Conference on Multimedia Enhanced Language Teaching -
MELT 2009 ...
L. Ramamoorthy, Ph.D. and J.R. Nirmala, Ph.D.
- A Phonological Study
of Variety of English Spoken by Oriya Speakers in Western Orissa - A
Doctoral Dissertation ... Arun K. Behera, Ph.D.
- Phonological Analysis of
English Phonotactics of Syllable Initial and Final Consonant Clusters
by Yemeni Speakers of English ... Abdulghani. M. A.
- Journey of Self-discovery
in Anita Nair's Ladies' Coupé ... V. Chandra, M.A.
- The Literary Value
of the Book of Isaiah ... Helen Unius Backiavathy,
M.A.,M.Phil., Ph.D. Candidate
- A Study of Structural
Duplication in Tamil and Telugu - A Doctoral Dissertation
... Parimalagantham, Ph.D.
- The Politics
of Survival in the Novels of Margaret Atwood ... Pauline
- Nonverbal Communication
in Tamil Novels - A Book in Tamil ...
M. S. Thirumalai, Ph.D.
Girish Karnad as a Modern
Indian Dramatist - A Study ...
B. Reena, M.A., M.Phil.
- A Study of English
Loan Words in Selected Bahasa Melayu Newspaper Articles...
Shamimah Binti Haja Mohideen, M.HSc. (TESL)
- The Internal Landscape
and the Existential Agony of Women in Anjana Appachana's Novel LISTENING
NOW, A Doctoral Dissertation ...
M. Poonkodi, Ph.D.
- Trade in the
Madras Presidency, 1941 - 1947 - A Doctoral Dissertation
R. Jayasurya, Ph.D.
- Trends and
Spatial Patterns of Crime in India - A Case Study of a District in India
M. Jayamala, Ph.D.
- The Trading Community
in Early Tamil Society Up To 900 AD ...
R. Jeyasurya, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.
- A Study of Auxiliaries
in the Old and the Middle Tamil ...
A.Boologarambai, M.A., Ph.D.
- History of Growth
and Reforms of British Military Administration in India, 1848-1949
Hemalatha, M.A., M.Phil.
- Language of Mass Media:
A Study Based on Malayalam Broadcasts - A Doctoral Dissertation
K. Parameswaran, Ph.D.
- Form and Function
of Disorders in Verbal Narratives - A Doctoral Dissertation
Kandala Srinivasacharya, Ph.D.
- Status Marking
in Tamil - A Ph.D. Dissertation
P. Perumalsamy, Ph.D.
- LANGUAGE AND POWER
IN COMMUNICATION ...
Editors: Jennifer M. Bayer, Ph.D., and Pushpa Pai, Ph.D.
- Onomatopoeia in Tamil
V. Gnanasundaram, Ph.D.
and Literature ...
C.Shunmugom, Ph.D., and C. Sivashanmugam, Ph.D., V. Thayalan, Ph.D.
and C. Sivakumar, Ph.D. (Editors)
New Dimensions ...
C.Shunmugom, Ph.D., and C. Sivashanmugam, Ph.D., Editors
- Language of
Headlines in Kannada Dailies ...
M. N. Leelavathi, Ph.D.
- Cooperative Learning
Incorporating Computer-Mediated Communication: Participation, Perceptions,
and Learning Outcomes in a Deaf Education Classroom ...
Michelle Pandian, M.S.
- The Effects of
Age on the Ability to Learn English As a Second Language
... Mariam Dadabhai, B.A. Hons.
- A STUDY OF THE
SKILLS OF READING COMPREHENSION IN ENGLISH DEVELOPED BY STUDENTS OF
STANDARD IX IN THE SCHOOLS IN TUTICORIN DISTRICT, TAMILNADU
A. Joycilin Shermila, Ph.D.
- A Socio-Pragmatic
Comparative Study of Ostensible Invitations in English and Farsi
Mohammad Ali Salmani-Nodoushan, Ph.D.
- TEXT FAMILIARITY, READING
TASKS, AND ESP TEST PERFORMANCE: A STUDY ON IRANIAN LEP AND NON-LEP
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS - A DOCTORAL DISSERTATION ...
Mohammad Ali Salmani-Nodoushan, Ph.D.
- A STUDY ON THE LEARNING
PROCESS OF ENGLISH
BY HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DHARMAPURI DISTRICT IN TAMILNADU
K. Chidambaram, Ph.D.
- SPEAKING STRATEGIES TO OVERCOME
COMMUNICATION DIFFICULTIES IN THE TARGET LANGUAGE SITUATION - BANGLADESHIS
IN NEW ZEALAND ... Harunur Rashid Khan
- THE PROBLEMS IN LEARNING
MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS IN ENGLISH AT HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL ...
Chandra Bose, Ph.D. Candidate
- THE ROLE
OF VISION IN LANGUAGE LEARNING in Children with Moderate to Severe Disabilities
Martha Louise Low, Ph.D.
TO ENGLISH TRANSLATOR ...
S. Aparna, M.Sc.
- A LINGUISTIC STUDY
OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE CURRICULUM AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL IN BANGLADESH
- A COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH TO CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT by
Kamrul Hasan, Ph.D.
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- Indian Contexts by
M. S. Thirumalai, Ph.D.
- CIEFL Occasional Papers in
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- Language Acquisition,
Thought and Disorder - Some Classic Positions by
M. S. Thirumalai, Ph.D.
- English in India: Loyalty and
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- Language In Science
M. S. Thirumalai, Ph.D.
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B. Mallikarjun, Ph.D.
- A Contrastive Analysis of Hindi
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- Language of Advertisements
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Sandhya Nayak, Ph.D.
- An Introduction to TESOL:
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M. S. Thirumalai, Ph.D.
- Transformation of
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- How to Learn Another Language?
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- Bringing Order to Linguistic
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- Speed of Processing
in Adults Comparison across Grammatical Category ...
Deepa N Devadiga, MASLP, Radish Kumar B, M.Sc., Jayashree S. Bhat,
Ph.D., and Livingston Sengolraj, UG Student
- Are Tonal and Non-Tonal
Languages Lateralized Differently in Bilingual Tonal Language Speakers?
Sudeshna Goswami, Intern (B.Sc. Speech & Hearing) Suma Raju, MASLP
- A Case Study of
Dyslexia Child at the Primary Education Level in Pakistan ...
Shazia Naureen, Ph.D., Nosheen Sultana, M.A. and
Abou Bakar Idrees Awan, M.Phil.
- Language Choice and
Naming of Businesses as a Marketing Strategy: Focus on Malaysia and
the Philippines ...
Francisco Perlas Dumanig, Ph.D., & Maya Khemlani David, Ph.D.
- An Analysis of the Readability of the
Essays of First Year Students of Ghanaian Universities - The Case of
University of Cape Coast ... William Kodom Gyasi, M.Phil.
(English), B.Ed. (Arts)
- From Theory to
Praxis - A Study of the Syllabus of Communication Skills and Technical
Seminar I (GE 1202) Anna University of Technology, Tirunelveli)
... B.C. Anish Krishnan Nayar, M.A. (Eng.), M.A. (Ling.), M.Phil.
- Philosophies of Education:
Origin of Concept Formation ...
Aamna Saleem Khan, Ph. D. Scholar
- Evaluation of the English Language
Teaching (ELT) Textbooks Taught at the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul
Qamar Khushi and Mubina Talaat, Ph.D.
- Female Circumcision:
Myth and Fact in Alice Walker's Possessing the Secret of Joy
Gulab Singh, Ph D.
- Distress among Flood Affected
Students: Effects and Intervention ...
Abdul Basit, M.Phil., Fazalur Rahman, Ph.D., Mohammad Ibrahim, M.A.,
M.Ed. and Nabi Bux Jumani, Ph.D.
- Presentation of Women
in the Gujarati Novel Kadambarini Maa by Dhiruben Patel ...
Rajesh Basiya, Ph.D.
- Interrogating Apartheid: An
Analysis of J M Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians and Life
and Times of Michael K ...
Imran Ahmad, M. A., M. Phil.
- Vijay Tendulkar's Play Kamla
is a Symbol of Slavery ...
Pramila Pandey, M.A. (Eng. Lit.), Ph.D.
- Learning English
at the B.Sc. Engineering Level in Some Universities of Bangladesh
Forhad Jamila, M.A.
- Perception of Teachers about
the Use of Herbert Model of Lesson Planning in Public Sector Secondary
Schools in District Attock (Pakistan) ...
Sajid Rehman, Ph.D., Aijaz Ahmed Gujjar, Naeemullah Bajwa, Ph.D.,
and Ghazala Shaheen, Ph.D.
- Matrimonial Discourse
in Manju Kapur ...
B.S. Jadhav, Ph.D. and R.S. Nitonde, Ph.D. Candidate
- A Critical Comment on Shakespeare's
Life and Death of King John ...
- Iqbal - The Educationist
Abdul Ghaffar, Ph.D. Student and Umar Ali Khan, Ph.D.
- Grammatical Cohesion in the Speeches
of His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan ...
Hatmal O.E. Al Khalidy, Ph.D. Candidate and L. Ramamoorthy, Ph.D.
Study of English and Standard Urdu-Hindi Languages ...
Md. Motiur Rahman, Ph.D.
- Defining a Word:
Beyond a Dictionary Definition ...
Rajakumar Guduru, Ph. D. ELT. Scholar
of Stylistics in Learning English as a Second Language ...
Naushad Umarsharif Shaikh, M.A., B.Ed., Ph.D.
- Influence of Dravidian Languages on the Bengali
Dialect of Barak Valley ...
Rama Kanta Das, M.Phil., Ph. D.
- An Analysis of
Mohsin Hamid's The Reluctant Fundamentalist ...
Abdul Baseer, M.Phil. (English), Ph.D. Candidate and Sofia Dildar
Alvi, M.A. (English), M.Phil.
- Role of English and the Negligible and Marginal
Role of Indian Languages - A Case Study of Urdu in India ...
Somana Fatima, Ph.D.
- The Construction "I Love You" Comparative Accounts
in Tamil and English ...
S. Thennarasu, M.Phil., Ph.D. Scholar
- Language Teaching and Learning in the
Age of ICT ...
Shafeeq. C.P., M.A., M.Ed.
- Ammu's Lugubrious Tale
of Alienation in Roy's Man Booker Novel ...
Varun Gulati, M.A., M. Phil., Ph.D. (Thesis Submitted)
- Occupational Role Stress of the Public and Private
Sector Universities Teachers ...
Fauzia Khurshid, Ph.D., Zahir Uddin Butt, Ph.D. and Sufiana K. Malik,
- Bridging Digital
Divide in India to Create Equal Opportunities ...
Ramachandra Reddy Vemireddy, M.A., M.Com, M.Phil., Ph.D. Scholar
- An Overview to Informal
Language Learning ...
- Describing and Explaining Lai
George Bedell, Ph. D.
- Bertolt Brecht's The Life of Galileo:
A Biographical Review ...
D. David Wilson, Ph.D.
- Tense and Aspect: A Pedagogical
Linguistic Study ...
Shiny. K. P., M.A., M.Phil., PGCTE, PGDTE
- Evolving Strategies for Teaching Basic Vocabulary in L2 through
An Ethnographic Study with First Generation Learners ...
Rajakumar Guduru, M.Phil., Ph.D. Scholar
Some Rhetoric Devices That We Can Use in Our Writing ...
M. S. Thirumalai, Ph.D.
- Weekly Notes: Practical
Ideas for Research & Better Writing ...
- Creative Works
Various Authors - Vijaya, K.R., Raji Narasimhan; Bala Devi; Selvi
Bunce; Tanu Kashyap
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