Asian EFL Journal Volume 28 Issue 3.2 June 2021

| June 25, 2021


  1. Manssour Habbash
    Using Internet-Based Reading Activities to Enhance the Face-To-Face Teaching of Reading in Community College at the University of Tabuk
  2. Saleh Alrasheedi
    Factors Affecting Mobile- Assisted Language Learning (MALL) Adoption and Integration for ELL: A study based in a Saudi University
  3. Hiba Abuzagha, Ahmad A.S. Tabieh
    Soft Skills: The Success Formula for the Newly EFL Hired Graduates in the Educational Workplaces During and Post Covid-19
  4. Ayman Mohamed Nasr Eldien El-Esery
    English Suprasegmentals for the EFL Learners: An Experimental Study with Shadowing Technique
  5. Badri Abdulhakim DM Mudhsh, Ghazwan Mohammed Saeed Mohammed, Nazrin B. Laskar
    Learning and Comprehension of English Tense Categories: Examining the Prevalent Patterns among Yemeni EFL Students
  6. Mohammad Yahya Ali Bani Salameh
    Errors in the Use of Literary Devices in English Composition: A Study of Saudi EFL Learners’ Application of Rhetoric and Figures of Speech
  7. Noor Hayati Romli, Mohd Sallehhudin Abd Aziz, Pramela Krish N. Krish
    L1 as a Scaffolding Tool in Teaching of English as L2: A Study in the Malay Context
  8. Mohammed AbdAlla AbdAlgane Mohammed
    English Phonology for the Non-native Learner: A Survey of the Hidden Challenges
  9. T. Silvana Sinar, Liza Amalia Putri, Dian Marisha Putri
    The Argumentative Essay: An Evaluation of Indonesian University Learners’ Writing in English
  10. Wafaa A. Ghareeb, Kholoud A. Alwehebi
    Language Learning Strategies: A Study of Their Effectiveness in Enhancing Preservice Teachers’ Proficiency in English
  11. Besma Allagui
    Readability of Adapted Reading Passages and its Relationship to Reading and Writing Performance
  12. Asmara Shafqat, Najeeb us Saqlain, Khola Sara Amir
    Higher Secondary ESL learners and English Conditional Sentences: An investigation of the efficacy of Corpus-Based instruction
  13. Mohammad Mujtaba Ahmad
    Relevance of Short Stories in the EFL/ESL Classrooms: A Critical Study of Literature
  14. Kanittha Charernnit, Alaa Q. Alhourani, Myla M. Arcinas, Lovella G. Velasco
    Cognitive and Attitudinal Effects of Jigsaw Technique as a Collaborative Learning Strategy in Literature Teaching in the Philipines

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Category: AEJ Monthly Edition 2021, Asian EFL Monthly Editions