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Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Caring in English: ESP for Nurses|
|Getting to Grips with Idioms: Greek Learners vis-à-vis English Idioms|
|Teachers’ Stages of Concern and Levels of Use of a Curriculum Innovation in China: A Case Study|
|Home, Homeliness and Search for Identity in Mohmoud Darwish's Poetry|
|Rashad Mohammed Moqbel Al Areqi||p32|
|Using Instructional Software to Improve Oral Performance of Taiwanese Speakers of English in Higher Education|
|Yen-Tzu Chen, Hsiao-Wen Huang, Che-Hung Liu||p42|
|Linguistic Identity and the Role of Ebonics in African American Literary Experience|
|Blossom Shimayam Ottoh-Agede, Ako Essien-Eyo||p68|
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International Journal of English Language Teaching ISSN 2329-7913 (Print) ISSN 2329-7921 (Online)
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