Subject: English as a foreign language | Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety | Arabic learners | Emotional Stability | Social Initiative | frequency of use | alc | self-perceived proficiency | Philology. Linguistics | P1-1091 | age
The present study focuses on the link between psychological, sociobiographical and linguistic variables and Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety of 348 Arabic learners of English (250 females, 98 males). Data were collected using the Arabic Foreign Language Anxiety Questi... View more
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