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Int. J. of Bilingual Education & Bilingualism, 9(1)

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  • Don Osborn
    FYI (fwd from the Linguist list)... DZO Date: 13-Mar-2006 From: Kathryn King Subject: International Journal of Bilingual
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 30, 2006
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      FYI (fwd from the Linguist list)... DZO

      Date: 13-Mar-2006
      From: Kathryn King <marketing@...>
      Subject: International Journal of Bilingual Education & Bilingualism
      Vol 9, No 1 (2006)

      Publisher: Multilingual Matters
      http://www.multilingual-matters.com/

      Journal Title: International Journal of Bilingual Education &
      Bilingualism
      Volume Number: 9
      Issue Number: 1
      Issue Date: 2006

      Subtitle: Aspects of Bilingualism in the Arab World

      Main Text:

      2006, Vol. 9 : 1

      Aspects of Bilingualism in the Arab World - An Introduction
      Mahmoud A. Al-Khatib

      Analyzing Bilingual Classroom Discourse
      Ali S. Hasan

      Difficulties Encountered by Bilingual Arab Learners in Translating
      Arabic 'fa' into English
      Aziz Thabit Saeed & Shehdeh Fareh

      Jordanian TEFL Graduate Students' Use of Critical Thinking Skills (as
      Measured by the Cornell Critical Thinking Test, Level Z)
      Ruba Fahmi Bataineh
      Lamma Hmoud Zghoul

      Why Do Minority Languages Persist? The Case of Circassian in Jordan
      Hassan R. Abd-el-Jawad

      The Linguistics of Loanwords in Hadrami Arabic
      Abdullah Hassan Al-Saqqaf

      Compliment Behaviour in Bilingual Kuwaiti College Students
      Mohammed Farghal & Madeline Haggan

      Genre-pragmatic Strategies in the English Letter of Application
      Writing of Jordanian Arabic-English Bilinguals
      Mohammed N. Al-Ali


      Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
      English
      Language Acquisition

      Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)
      Adyghe (ady)
      English (eng)
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