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| Author's Guide
Interlanguage of Arab Learners of English
Obeidat, Hussein (1986).
An Investigation of Semantic and Syntactic Errors in the Written
Compositions of Arab EFL Learners.
PhD dissertation, University of Illinois,
Obeidat, Hussein (1996).
Cohesion and coherence in the written composition of Arab EFL learners.
O'Brien, Josephine (2003).
Tense and Aspect in the Interlanguage of Gulf Arab Learners of English.
PhD dissertation, University of Leicester, UK.
O'Dowd, Elizabeth (1991).
Pragmatics and Morphosyntactic Acquisition: A Case Study. ERIC Document
#: ED359798, pp. 1-17.
Okasha, Maha Ahmed (1991).
The Influence of Transfer and Language Universals in the Acquisition of
Relative Clauses by Arabic Learners of English. MA dissertation,
University of South Carolina, USA.
Omara, Salma M (1993).
The Comprehension of Conversational Implicatures: A Cross-Cultural Study.
PhD dissertation, Ball State University, USA
Omari, Hamzah Ali al- (1996).
A Descriptive Study of the Writing Activities, Writing Strategies and
Writing Abilities of One Non-Native English-Speaking Child: A Case Study.
PhD dissertation, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA.
Osaili, Abdulaziz Ibrahim al- (1993).
The Acquisition of Dative Alternation in English by Native Speakers of
Arabic. PhD dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
Otaibi, Ghazi N. al- (2004).
Language Learning Strategy Use among Saudi EFL Students and its Relationship
to Language Proficiency Level, Gender and Motivation. PhD dissertation,
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Ouaouicha, Driss (1986).
Contrastive Rhetoric and the Structure of Learner-Produced Argumentative
Texts in Arabic and English. PhD dissertation, University of Texas at
Owaidah, Sabri Omar (1991).
An Empirical Examination of the “distance” Hypothesis ion Second and
Foreign Language Learning. PhD dissertation, University of Michigan,
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