Subject: Proficiency Level; Language Learning Strategies; Jordanian Students
This study examines the relationship between proficiency level and language learning strategies (LLSs) among Jordanian students enrolled at Universiti Utara Malaysia. The frequency level of the LLSs employed by the students was also investigated. The theoretical foundat... View more
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