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    Authors: 
    Khama Hang’ombe; Minyono Mwembe; Charton Siantumbu;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    This paper examines the phonological behaviour of the causative morpheme –i- in Tonga, using the Plateau and Valley Tonga varieties. It identifies the various segments in radical final positions of different verbal forms and seeks to establish how the introduction of th...

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    Authors: 
    Majok Mabor Matoc Apadier;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    In line with South Sudan’s vision of a self- governing community, much hope was invested in the English speaking world thereby making a shift from Arabisation from the North. As a result, the English language was adopted a marker of identity and opposition to Arabic, la...

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    Authors: 
    Yosef Demon; Veronika Genua;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    The traditional people's belief in God as the Supreme Cause of the universe can be expressed in various ways. The methods used are the inner representation of traditional society of the existence of a God who created the heavens and the earth. The Lamaholot people refer...

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    Authors: 
    Zahra Jafari; Ashraf Haji Maibodi; Muhammad Natsir;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    This study opens different points of view at chaos/complexity theory (C/CT) which is still a new theory in second language acquisition. Pro. Larsen-Freeman and her colleagues considered a variety of characteristics, C/CT is known as nonlinear dynamics or dynamical syste...

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    Authors: 
    Alfi Nur Azizah; Suparno Suparno; Slamet Supriyadi;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    Teacher uses language as a medium of communication to teach, guide and instruct students in the classroom. This study aims to investigate the English teacher's directives and the students' responses to these directives. This study participants were an English teacher of...

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    Authors: 
    Hernando L. Bernal; Renz Chester Rosales Gumaru; Sammy T. Oleo;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    The study is about the difference of Private and Public elementary school graduates. The type of elementary school in which a person graduated from is a factor that can affect their future academic performance; it can also be a factor for schools in choosing which stude...

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    Authors: 
    Hernando L. Bernal; Renz Chester Rosales Gumaru; Sammy T. Oleo;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    Learning a second language is one thing. Learning a second language through reading a text is another thing. This study aims to show the acquisition of Filipino as Second Language of the respondents who are reading novels. The researcher utilized the Descriptive Method ...

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    Authors: 
    Masitorwarni Siregar; Nora Ronita Dewi; Safrida Lubis;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    Universally, the need for translator keeps increasing. This is due to the wider contact globally among countries. More common issue are also faced by countries in general. Therefore translation is required to transfer the meaning of how one issue is handled in one count...

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    Authors: 
    Asma A. Alghamdi; Tariq Elyas;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    This study aimed to investigate the effect of electronic flashcards on EFL vocabulary learning of preparatory-year female students at a Saudi Arabia. It was conducted following the quantitative research methodology with a quasi-experimental design. Two groups were assig...

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    Authors: 
    Xiaoyu Luo;
    Publisher: Randwick International Research and Analysis Institute

    In college English teaching, educators often use multimedia information technology to carry out teaching activities and present the corresponding curriculum content in detail. Based on two semesters of analysis and investigation, this paper presents an empirical study o...