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| Author's Guide
Interlanguage of Arab Learners of English
Jamhoor, Abdulrahman A. al- (1996).
The English writing Process of two Saudi Graduate Students before and
after ESL Instruction. PhD dissertation, Michigan State University, USA.
Jammal, Nada (1984).
A Descriptive Account of Repair Mechanism in the Speech of Students at
the American University of Beirut. MA dissertation, American University
of Beirut, Lebanon.
Jarf, Reima Sado al- (2001).
Processing of cohesive ties by EFL Arab college students. Foreign
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Jarrah, Mohammad Ali al-
transfer of Arabic rhetorical patterns into Jordanian studentsí writing in
English. Muítah: Humanities and Social Sciences Series, 16.8:,
University of Muítah.
Jarrah, Rasheed Saleem al- (1994).
Production and Perception of English Sentence Stress by Arab Second
Language Learners. M.A. Dissertation, Yarmouk University, Jordan.
Jarrah, Rasheed Saleem al- (2002).
An Optimality-Theoretic Analysis of Stress in the English of Native
Arabic Speakers, PhD dissertation, Ball State University, USA
Jibair, Dawood Muhammad (1995).
Foreign Learners' Cohesive Devices: Analysis and Evaluation of Foreign
Learners' Knowledge Devices. MA dissertation, University of Khartoum,
Johnson, Ruth & Frederick L Jenks (1994).
Native Speakers' Perceptions of Nonnative Speakers: Related to Phonetic
Errors and Spoken Grammatical Errors. ERIC Document #: ED372653,
Jumaily, Samir al- (2001).
Errors Made by Iraqi Pupils in Learning English.
PhD dissertation, Washington
International University, Pennsylvania, USA.
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