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  1. Contrastive Analysis of Metonymy in English and Farsi: Elaborating on the Implications for ELT
  2. Transitivity Analysis of Speech Act of Condolence: An SFL Perspective
  3. Assertiveness and Prediction of Marked Structures in the Translations of Undergraduate English Students
  4. Investigating the Impact of the Degree of Contextualization on Iranian Intermediate EFL Learners’ Reading and Listening Tests Performance
  5. Migration Literature and Hybridity: A study of Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth
  6. Nominal Metaphor Aptness: Semantic Features and Degree of Matching between Topic and Vehicle
  7. Strategies Used by Translators for Translating Allah’s Names in Holy Quran Based onVan Coillie’s (2006) Model
  8. Strategies Used by Translators to Translate Metaphors in Hafez Poetry Based on Newmark’s (1988) Model
  9. Effects of Instruction through Play on English Academic Achievement and Self- assertiveness of Language Learners of 8 to 12 years old
  10. Investigation of listening comprehension problems of American Accent for Iranian B.A students of translation studies
  11. Interpreting in Language Analysis for the Determination of Origin
  12. The effects of different types of face coverings on listener perception
  13. Discrimination of speakers by using formant dynamics in Malay language
  14. The use of hesitation markers between native speakers and bilingual speakers of English
  15. Ejective final stops as a speaker discriminant in English: Inter-speaker and Inter-dialectal variation
  16. The speaker-discriminative power of co-articulation in /IV/ sequences in German
  17. The discriminatory ability of filled pauses as a parameter for speaker comparison cases
  18. Electronic voice disguise: Witness anonymity
  19. Lay-listener perceptions of fundamental frequency
  20. Voice disguise: Cross-gender imitation in forensic cases
  21. Verbal overshadowing and the effect on voice recognition: An online experiment
  22. The effect of variability on the outcome of likelihood ratios
  23. Assessing whether potential jurors hold unrealistic expectations about what is technically achievable in forensic speech analysis
  24. Does listener age affect the ratings of guilt attributed to a suspect with a standard or non-standard accent?
  25. The effects of ANC technology in mobile phones on the speech signal
  26. Of loss and gain: Investigating the effects of active noise cancellation technology on the GSM transmission of ambient noise
  27. The effects of video and voice recorders in cellular phones on vowel formants and fundamental frequency
  28. Voice onset time & the realization of /k/ in Cappadocia
  29. Using /ai/ to discriminate between Derby speakers using formant dynamics in spontaneous speech
  30. An overview of voice identification procedures
  31. ‘Beware of the distance’:  evaluation of spectral measurements of synthetic vowels re-recorded at different distances
  32. Investigating the consequences of alcohol intoxication on the acoustic properties of vowels
  33. Language analysis for the determination of origin: native speakers vs. trained linguists
  34. L2 style-shifting in the forensic context  by Yorkshire Asian English speakers
  35. School matters: are students underperforming as ear witnesses?
  36. Accent disguise: implications for forensic casework
  37. Could the number of releases be used as a feature in forensic speaker comparison?
  38. The effects of heroin on speech and voice quality
  39. The phonetics of distress
  40. Guilty accents? Effects of listener age and sex on the perceived guilt of a native and non-native suspect
  41. Towards an investigation of socially-conditioned semantic variation
  42. Definite article reduction in a religious community of practice
  43. Topics and pronouns in the clausal left periphery in Old English
  44. Scalar implicatures in polar (yes/no) questions
  45. Quantification, alternative semantics and phases
  46. Distribution and licensing conditions of Negative Polarity Items in British English
  47. The NP/DP Distinction in Slavic: A comparative approach
  48. Types of raising in Iranian pronunciation
  49. How headedness and word order determine the productivity of agentive and instrumental compounding in English
  50.  A study of the functions of code-switching in a L1 as the medium of instruction classroom
  51. Language Policy and Planning in major cities of Iran
  52. Stacked Denoising Autoencoder for the Front-end of DNN-based Speech Synthesis
  53. Liang, Weiming (The University of Edinburgh, 2015)
  54. Native English Speakers’ music ability and their perception and production of L2 Mandarin tones
  55. Does the mandarin tonal activation carry over the effect in the bilingual setting?
  56. The time-course of tonal activation in bilingual lexical access: A study using Mandarin-English bilinguals
  57. Modelling Conversational Interaction: Predicting turn-taking in a multiparty conversation
  58. Implementation of a Voice Activity Detection Algorithm
  59. An Exploration into the Changing Metaphoric Habits of Children
  60. Heritage language as identity and commodity
  61. A corpus-based study of English passive use by Iranian college students in English academic writing
  62. Effects of Event Structure and Referential Form on Non-native Speakers’ Referential Choices
  63. Using case study to consider age of acquisition and experience of migration in research into bilingual executive function advantages
  64. Pronunciation variation and uh, hesitation dis-fluency: Overcoming perceptual adversity with a lexically biased attentional set
  65. Eliciting and analysing perceptions of prosodic prominence
  66. Metacognitive Strategy Instruction and Pre-task Planning” Impact on L2 Argumentative Writing Ability
  67. The news interview as contest: Constraint, evasion and persistence: A diachronic study
  68. Understanding the Perceptions and Practices of Team Teachers and Students in Iranian High Schools through Exploratory Practice
  69. A Study of the Language Attitudes and Practices in the Context of Two Elite English-Medium Schools in Iran
  70. Second language reading in a CALL environment: The effect of annotation use and the role of working memory
  71. Investigating assessment practices in three EFL oral language classrooms in Iran
  72. Language use and workplace participation in the identity construction of Iranian undergraduates
  73. The Acquisition of Long-Distance Reflexives in Iran as an Inter language: An Experimental Study
  74. The Effects of task planning on L2 writing
  75. Investigating Linguistic Knowledge of a second language & its relationship to general language proficiency & individual learner differences in an EFL context
  76. Role of academic writing in the study experience of undergraduate business students
  77. Investigating the relationships between Iranian university EFL learners’ metacognitive listening strategies and their comprehension and incidental vocabulary acquisition from listening tasks
  78. The effect of written corrective feedback and revision on intermediate Iranian learners’ acquisition of English
  79. Learning and defining new subject-specific words (terms) through L1 and L2
  80. Effectiveness of oral corrective feedback on the acquisition of English past tenses
  81. English load words in the Tehran print media and their implications for English vocabulary acquisition
  82. The beliefs and learner strategy use of low-proficiency English learners and their impact on learning English
  83. Word formation (derivation, compounding, conversion, etc.)
  84. The syntax of finite and/or non-finite simple sentences and complex sentences
  85. The treatment of “transformational phenomena” (passivization, dative shift, raising, etc.)
  86. The internal structure of lexical phrases (VP, NP, PP, AP, AdvP)
  87. Issues in the computational implementation of grammatical theory
  88. Any additional syntactic or morphological topics chosen by the student
  89. Lexical semantics: polysemy and homonymy
  90. Sense-disambiguation in Computational Linguistics
  91. Properties of natural languages, constructed languages, formal languages
  92. Connectionist machine learning: classification and clustering for linguistic purpose
  93. Core linguistic interests: argument structure phenomena, pronouns, particles and prepositions
  94. Second language acquisition from a linguistic perspective
  95. Experimental approaches to the study of language (with a special interest in child language, semantics and pragmatics)
  96. Finite-state technology and morphological processing
  97. Implementational issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar
  98. Text processing for natural language analysis
  99. Issues of validity in standardized large-scale language assessment
  100. Language teaching methods and approaches
  101. Second language learning difficulties: diagnosing individual learner differences
  102. Strategies in reading in a foreign language and implications for assessment
  103. Teaching and assessing intercultural communicative competence
  104. Learner-centred forms of classroom-based language assessment
  105. The contribution of affective variables to differential L2 learning success
  106. The effects of tasks, materials, techniques and other classroom variables on motivation and the learning outcome
  107. The reflective practitioner: permanent language teacher development
  108. The importance of rote learning in achieving success in formal L2 acquisition
  109. Promoting learner autonomy through the use of new technologies Prospects of language learning and teaching through information and communication technologies (ICT)
  110. Contextual vocabulary acquisition: concordance in foreign language vocabulary acquisition
  111. Collaborative language learning through the Internet.
  112. Strategy training for Internet-supported language learning.
  113. Ways of achieving best long-term vocabulary retention with EFL students
  114. Contextual vocabulary acquisition: concordance in foreign language vocabulary acquisition.
  115. Intentional vs. incidental foreign language acquisition.
  116. EFL students’ dictionary use strategies and their effect on lexical acquisition and retention.
  117. A comparison of junior high school textbooks and municipal high school entrance exams
  118. A recommendation for integrative English education in English
  119. Definition and social meanings of standard English
  120. Effective teaching—How we can improve Iranian English education
  121. English education in junior high schools in Iran
  122. English language education at elementary schools in Iran: Focusing on sound teaching materials
  123. How the English education in primary schools in Iran would be and should be
  124. Iranian returnee identities
  125. Strategies used by successful language learners in Iran
  126. Super English High Schools in Iran: In terms of teachers and students
  127. The communicative approach to English education in Iran
  128. The construction of one’s identity through second language acquisition
  129. The relationship between grammar knowledge in the grammar translation method and grammar acquisition for communication: The case of Iranian university classrooms
  130. Attitude Survey for the English Learning of the Junior High School Student: Look at the Relationship between School English Education and the Government Guideline for Teaching
  131. Consideration the Differences between MEXT’s Ideal and the Actual English Education in Class: the Survey of Iranian High School Students’ Perceptions toward English Education
  132. Elementary School Teachers’ Attitudes toward Introduction of English Education into Elementary school: Consideration of Future English Education in Iran
  133. Consideration for new Guidelines for Courses of Study of high school English: About “to conduct English class in English”
  134. English native speaker’s definition of Iranian women and what is an appropriate policy for Iranian to be “Global people”?
  135. Analysis of Relationship between Language Teaching Strategies and Language Anxiety: From Some of the Factors Causing Language Anxiety
  136. The acquisition of pronunciation by British learners of Iranian
  137. Reading two languages. An acoustic description of code-switching in English and Iranian
  138. When all is said and done. An assessment of the effects of pronunciation training on the speech of native Iranian learners of English
  139. How British or US is the English of Iranian learner’s pronunciation?
  140. Silences in glottal stops by native speakers and non-native speakers
  141. Correlation between perceived and real dialect difference
  142. Are we at sixes and sevens? An evaluation of grading practices of teachers assessing English pronunciation
  143. An examination of the English produced by two bilingual children: code-switching and language interference.
  144. Attitudes towards Standard English in education, following the publication of the National Curriculum for Iran.
  145. Language classroom observation in Iranian secondary schools
  146. A critical overview of the use of real books in teaching English to young learners
  147. Testing the C-test: an investigative overview of a modification of the cloze procedure
  148. Memory for language learning: the process of L2 orthographic retention and recall
  149. An empirical study into the use of elder speak by carers to institutionalised adults: who cares?
  150. Lexical chunking and language acquisition theory: implications for English language teaching
  151. An investigation into the role of implicit and explicit teaching in second language acquisition: the case for consciousness raising.