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| Author's Guide
Interlanguage of Arab Learners of English
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An Investigation of the Avoidance Behavior in Adult Second Language
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Badawy, Amani Abdel Hamid
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Comparing Spelling Mechanisms of Beginning and Pre-Intermediate EFL
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Problems Encountered by Libyan Learners of English with a Special
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Barany, Lazgin Khider al-
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Barros, ANA Marina do Val
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Bataineh, Ruba Fahmi
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of Jordanian Learners of English as a Second Language.
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Bazi, Juliana D. al-
Errors on the Supra-Sentential Level Committed by the Third Year Students of
English at Basrah University. MA dissertation, University of Basrah,
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Influence of Arabic Language upon the Learning of English Prepositions by
Secondary Students in Jordan. MA dissertation, Yarmouk University,
Becker, Carl Preston
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A Study of Errors among Tunisian English Learners. CAR dissertation,
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Belhoula, Hanane (2004).
Transfer from Standard Arabic: The Case of Prepositions. MA
dissertation, Mentouri University, Constantine, Algeria.
Bolotin, Naomi Abigail
(1996). The Effect of
Age on Parameter Resetting: Arabic Speaking Children and Adults' Acquisition
of English Relative Clause Structure as Assessed through Interlanguage Data
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Botagga, Mohamed Faraj
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Boudihaj, Aouatif (1999).
Aspects of Syntax, Cohesion and Coherence in the English Essays of
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Bourenane, Karima Radja
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Broselow, Ellen (1985).
Metrical Phonology and the Acquisition of a Second Language. ERIC
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