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Chinese and Saudi English Language Education Policies: A World System Perspective

: impacts on English language teaching” in Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues. 3/2, pp. 136-145. Faruk, S. M. G. 2013. “English Language Teaching in Saudi Arabia-A World System Perspective” in Transactions on Modern Languages. 12/1-2, pp. 73-80. Hu, G. W. 2005. “English Language Education in China: Policies, Progress, and Problems’ in Language Policy. 4/1, pp. 5-24. Hu, Y. Y. 2007. “China’s Foreign Language Policy on Primary English Education: What’s Behind It?” in Language Policy. 6, pp. 359

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Features of Informality in Applied Linguistics Research Articles Published in Iranian Local Journals

mean? Questions in academic writing. Tex t, 22(4), 529-558. Hyland, K. 2017. Metadiscourse: What is it and where is it going?. Journal of pragmatics , 113 , 16-29. Hyland, K., & Jiang, F. K. 2017. Is academic writing becoming more informal?. English for Specific Purposes , 45, 40-51. Kuo, C. H. (1999). The use of personal pronouns: Role relationships in scientific journal articles. English for specific purposes , 18 (2), 121-138. Leedham, M. 2015. Chinese students’ writing in English: Implications from a corpus-driven study. Oxford

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Us Presidents’ Political Discourse Analysis: George W. Bush and Barack Obama. A Pragmatics Approach

. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, pp. 314-317. Pu, Chang. 2007. “Discourse Analysis of President Bush’s Speech at Tsinghua University, China”. Intercultural Communication Studies , 16(1):205-216. Corpus References George W. Bush: Inaugural Address. 2001, January 20: The American Presidency Project. Retrieved from https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/documents/inaugural-address-52 [Accessed November 20, 2016]. George W. Bush: Address Following the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks (CNN; The Text of President Bush’s Address Tuesday Night, after

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Romanian Journal of English Studies
The Journal of West University of Timisoara
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Explorations in English Language and Linguistics
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A Radiography of English Elements in Romania

.153-168. Eggington, W. 2004. “Rhetorical influences. As Latin was, English is?”. In Discourse across Languages and Cultures. C. L. Moder and A. Martinovic-Zic (eds.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 251-267. Folman, S. and U. Connor. 1992. “Intercultural rhetorical differences in constructing a research paper”. Unpublished speech at the TESOL conference, Vancouver, Canada. Li, C. and S. Thompson. 1981. Mandarin Chinese: A Functional Reference Grammar. Berkeley: University of California Press. Onysko

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Morphological Errors Made By Jordanian University Students

. 1957. Linguistics Across Cultures . Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. McNeill, A. 1996. “Vocabulary Knowledge Profiles: Evidence from Chinese–Speaking ESL Teachers”. Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics, 1: 39–63. O'Grady, W. and Guzman V.P. 1996. Morphology: The Ananlysis Of Word Structure . O'Grady, W., Dobrovolsky, M. and Katamba, F. (etc.), Contemporary Linguistics : An Introduction , London: Addison Wesely Longman Limited, 132–180. Olaoye, A.A. 2000. A Study of Word Formation Problems in the Written English of some Senior

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The Metatextual Role of Introductions to Ba Papers

Purposes 27 (2):123-129. Loi, Chek Kim. 2010. “Research Article Introductions in Chinese and English: A Comparative Genre-based Study”. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 9(4): 267-279. Ozturk, Ismet. 2007. “The Textual Organization of Research Article Introductions in Applied Linguistics: Variability within a Single Discipline”. English for Specific Purposes 26 (1):25-38. Samraj, Betty. 2005. “An Exploration of a Genre Set: Research Article Abstracts and Introductions in Two Disciplines”. English for Specific

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an e-journal of Teacher Education and Applied Language Studies
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Profiling Pragmatic Competence of Foreign Language Learners

: Centre for Applied Language Study. Kasper, G. 1989. “Variation in interlanguage speech act realization”. In: Variation in second language acquisition: Discourse and pragmatics. Clevedon & Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters, pp. 37-58. Kasper, G. & Blum-Kulka, S. 1993. Interlanguage pragmatics. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Leech, G. 1983. Principles of pragmatics. London: Longman. Liu, J. 2004. Measuring interlanguage pragmatic knowledge of Chinese EFL learners. s.l.:PhD dissertation. City University of Hong Kong

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