EILJ Volume 9 Issue 1 May 2014

| June 11, 2014
  1. Use of first-person plural pronoun to refer to single authors: Analyses of postgraduate theses.  Tanju Deveci and Roger Nunn
  2. A study of self-representation of Asian EFL students through speaking English at an Australia University.  Pham Thi Thanh Xuan
  3. Error gravity in a nonnative English speaker’s speech: The case of article errors and pluralizing non-count nouns.  Eun-Young Julia Kim
  4. “I think”: Topic-marking in Spoken English discourse. Shie Sato
  5. Examining the issue of academic procrastination in an Asian EIL context: The case of Omani University students.  Suaad Said Al-Hadhrami, Vijay Singh Thakur, and Rahma Al-Mahrooqi
  6. Academic and prestige: Indonesian lecturers’ attitudes towards TOEFL.  Nor Suharti Abdul Karim and Nining Ismiyani

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