International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature

International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature (IJALEL) is a peer-reviewed journal established in Australia in 2012. Authors are encouraged to submit complete unpublished and original works which are not under review in any other journal. The scopes of the journal include, but not limited to, the following topic areas: Applied Linguistics, Linguistics, and English Literature. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online formats is free access and downloadable.

 

About IJALEL

 
  • IJALEL Statistics
  1. Articles Received in 2012: [379], Rejected: [218], Accepted: [161], Published: [148], Retracted: [1]
  2. Articles Received in 2013: [525], Rejected: [309], Accepted: [216], Published: [180], Retracted: [2]
  3. Articles Received in 2014: [546], Rejected: [344], Accepted: [202], Published: [180], Retracted: [1]
  4. Articles Received in 2015: [532], Rejected: [328], Accepted: [204], Published: [180], Retracted: [0]

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  1. The Reading Strategies Used by Iranian ESP Students to Comprehend Authentic Expository Texts in English
  2. A large-Scale Study on Extensive Reading Program for Non-English Majors: Factors and Attitudes
  3. The Arabic Origins of Verb 'To Be' in English, German, and French: A Lexical Root Theory Approach
  4. Comparison of Gratitude across Context Variations: A Generic Analysis of Dissertation Acknowledgements Written by Taiwanese Authors in EFL and ESL Contexts
  5. Non-Native Pre-Service English Teachers’ Narratives about Their Pronunciation Learning and Implications for Pronunciation Training
  1. The Arabic Origins of Common Religious Terms in English: A Lexical Root Theory Approach
  2. The Arabic Origins of Verb 'To Be' in English, German, and French: A Lexical Root Theory Approach
  3. The Reading Strategies Used by Iranian ESP Students to Comprehend Authentic Expository Texts in English
  4. Linguistic Basis of Humor In Uses of Grice’s Cooperative Principle
  5. The Impact of Authentic Listening Materials on Elementary EFL Learners’ Listening Skills