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Saudi University Students’ Perceptions towards Virtual Education During Covid-19 Pandemic: A Case Study of Language Learning via Blackboard Haifa Al-Nofaie 4-20
Moodle or Social Networks: What Alternative Refuge is Appropriate to Algerian EFL Students to Learn during Covid-19 Pandemic Nadia GHOUNANE 21-41
An ESL Online Classroom Experience in Oman during Covid-19 Syerina Syahrin & Abdelrahman Abdalla Salih 42-55
The Impact of Virtual Classes on Second Language Interaction in the Saudi EFL Context: A Case Study of Saudi Undergraduate Students Nesreen Saud Alahmadi & Budoor Muslim Alraddadi  

56-72

Entailing Professional Training and Thesis Development. An Innovation Experience at Universidad SEK Chile Tulio Barrios Bulling 73-91
Developing an Evaluation Checklist for English Majors’ Textbooks in China: Focus on Intercultural Communicative Competence Wanrong Lei & Kittitouch Soontornwipast 92 -116
Lessons from Ibn Khaldun’s Muqaddimah for Today’s Foreign Language Teacher Richard J. Stockton 117-126
Returning to Graduation Project: Attitudes and Perceived Challenges of Students and Staff at a Libyan EFL Department Reda Elmabruk & Rasha Bishti 127-148
Investigation of Vocabulary Learning Strategies to Identify Word Meanings for Saudi EFL Students in Reading Context Mohammed Abdulmalik Ali 149-169.
Motivational Strategies among English Language Teachers: An Examination in Higher Education Institutions in the Malaysian Context Suhaida Omar, Nik Ahmad Farhan bin Azim @ Nik Azim , Noor Syamimie Mohd Nawi & Noraini Zaini 170 183
Non-Language-Major Students’ Autonomy in Learning English in Vietnam Cam Thi Ngoc Nguyen & Tu Thi Nguyen 184 -192
 A Cross-linguistic Analysis of Formulaic Language and Meta-discourse in Linguistics Research rticles by Natives and Arabs: Modeling Saudis and Egyptians Mohammad Awad Al-Dawoody Abdulaal 193- 211
Planning for Transformation: A Semantic-Grammatical Based Discourse Analysis of Saudi Vision 2030 Ansa Hameed , Ismat Jabeen & Aalia Mehar Khan 212 -225
‘I Can’t Live Without Google Translate’: A Close Look at the Use of Google Translate App by Second Language Learners in Saudi Arabia Nada Bin Dahmash 226 -240
An Observational Study on the Effects of Native English-Speaking Teachers and Non-Native English-Speaking Teachers on Students’ English Proficiency and Perceptions Keeratikan Fuangkarn & Sucharat Rimkeeratikul 241-259
The Functions of Code-switching in the Interaction of the Cartoon Characters in Dora the Explorer
Majedah Abdullah Alaiyed
260- 275
Plural and Gender Inflection of English Loanwords in Colloquial Saudi Arabic Saud Mushait & Anwar A. H. Al-Athwary 276 – 293
Investigating EFL Learners’ Awareness of Cognitive and Metacognitive Reading Strategies of Students in Different Disciplines Ruhina Mustajab Ahmed 294 -304
Is the linguists’ View of Prescriptive Grammar Reductionist? (A Re-examination of the Accusations Made against the Prescriptive Tradition) Sultan Mohammed Saaiyed Al- Rushaidi 305-317
Saudization of English: A study of the Innovative Linguistic and Textual Strategies in the Academic and Multiple Discourses of Saudi Arabia Iesar Ahmad 318-330
Vagueness and Withholding Information in Christie’s (1926) Detective Fiction The Murder of Roger Ackroyd: A Pragma-Stylistic Study Safaa K. Merzah & Nawal F. Abbas 331-348
The Impact of Cultural Background on Listening Comprehension of Saudi EFL Students Mohammad Hamad Al-khresheh 349- 371
Introducing Socrative as a Tool for Formative Assessment in Saudi EFL Classrooms Ameera Saeed Alharbi & Zilal Meccawy 372 -384
Saudi EFL Teacher Professional Identity and Emotions: Emotions Regulation Perspective Mohammed S. AlHarbi & Hussain Ahmad 385-397
Relationship between Translation Students’ Grade Point Average Scores and Grammatical and Sociocultural Competencies at King Saud University Faisal M. Alqahtani 398 – 416
Effects of Task Repetition on Saudi EFL Learners’ Reading Comprehension Hamza Alshenqeeti & Musaad Alrahaili 417- 430
Saudi EFL Teachers’ Identity Formation in Saudi Schools: A case Study Sultan Fahd Aljuhaish , Juliana Othman & Fatiha Senom 431-445
Saudi Students’ Perceptions of Schemata and Poetry Comprehension Haifa Almufayrij 446 -463
Integrating Project-Based Learning Strategies in the Design of an ESP Dental Vocabulary Course for ESL Malaysian Majors Iman El-Nabawi Abdel Wahed Shaalan  464-483
The Creative Writing’s Role in the Formation of a New Linguistic Home in Exile: A Critical Stylistic Analysis of Christina Garcia’s Dreaming in Cuban (1990) Fadia Boualem & Noureddine Guerroudj 484-492
A Cognitive-Semantic Analysis of Preposition on: An Experimental Study at University of Baghdad
Sura Muttlak Nasser
493 -501
The Effective Role of  Learners’ Self-Assessment Tasks in Enhancing Learning English as a Second Language Fawaz Ali Ahmed Qasem 502-514
The English Verb  See  in Fiction Writing: A Cognitive Semantic Analysis Ruaa Talal Jumaah ,Sabariah Md Rashid , Mohd Azidan Bin Abdul  Jabar Afida  Mohamad  Ali 515-536
What to Choose Amongst Dictionaries for the Linguistics Student: A Review of The American Heritage College Dictionary and the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary Albatool Mohammed Abalkheel 537-548
Efficacy of Role-Play in Teaching and Formative Assessment for Undergraduate English-Major Students in Saudi Arabia Muhammed Salim Keezhatta 549-566
A Validity-Theoretic Approach to Interdiscursivity in Theresa May’s 2019 Resignation Speech
Amir H.Y. Salama
567-584
Attitudes of EFL Teachers toward the Competency Based Language Teaching: The Case of South Algerian Secondary Schools in Adrar Bachir Bouhania
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