Vol 3, No 1 (2014)

English Linguistics Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, June 2014

Table of Contents

Articles

Attribution and Authorial (Dis) Endorsement in High- and Low-rated Undergraduate ESL Students’ English Academic Persuasive Essays PDF
Mark Brooke p1
Up above as a Complex Preposition PDF
Hideo Hirao p12
The Manifestation of Mood and Modality in Texts PDF
Roseline Abonego Adejare p18
Narrative Stylistics: A Study of the Narrative and Discourse Strategies in Omotoso’s Just Before Dawn PDF
Bassey Ufot p28
Interviewing as a Data Collection Method: A Critical Review PDF
Hamza Alshenqeeti p39
English Idioms in Some Nigerian Print Media: of Norm and Deviation PDF
Gabriel A. Osoba p46
Ethical Aspects of Translation: Striking a Balance between Following Translation Ethics and Producing a TT for Serving a Specific Purpose PDF
Rafat Y. Alwazna p51
A Metonymical Approach to Anaphora in English Texts PDF
Qiang Zhang p58
Adapting English Newspapers to Develop Language Proficiency in Low-Level EFL Learners PDF
Yi-chun Pan p66
'A Tart and Bitter Feeling of Jealousy and Remorse’: Appraising Subjectivity and Cultural Dimensions in Hong Kong and Indian Readings of an English Poem PDF
Christina A DeCoursey, Shilpagauri Ganpule p72


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