1. The Effect of Mixed and Matched Level Dyadic Interaction on Iranian EFL Learners’ Comprehension and Production of Requests and Apologies
AbstractDrawing upon sociocultural theory of Vygotsky, the current study aims to investigate the effect of dyadic interaction in mixed and matched level proficiency pairings on comprehension ... Read More
2. The Use of Hedging in Discussion Sections of Applied Linguistics Research Articles with Varied Research Methods
AbstractThe discourse of the discussion in research articles is regarded to be of considerable significance—as in this section the findings are interpreted in light of previous research ... Read More
3. The Impact of Task Complexity along Single Task Dimension on EFL Iranian Learners' Written Production: Lexical complexity
AbstractBased on Robinson’s Cognition Hypothesis, this study explored the effects of task complexity on the lexical complexity of Iranian EFL students’ argumentative writing.This ... Read More
4. Autonomously Noticing Incorrect Language Use: Does it Improve EFL Learners' Grammatical Accuracy?
AbstractPromoting communicative interactions, while simultaneously drawing students’ attention to language form, is considered as a potentially significant area of research in second ... Read More
5. Genre Analysis and Genre-mixing Across Various Realizations of Academic Book Introductions in Applied Linguistics
AbstractMotivated by the need to explore the introductory sections of textbooks, the present study attempted to scrutinize three realizations of academic introductions, namely, Preface, Introduction, ... Read More
6. Do Heavy-NP Shift Phenomenon and Constituent Ordering in English Cause Sentence Processing Difficulty for EFL Learners?