Category / bilingüismo

  • Al-Abed Al-Haq, Tafila Technical University, Tafila, Jordan. E-mail: Online Published: January 31, 2016 doi:10.5539/ijel.v6n1p150 URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ijel.v6n1p150 Abstract The main purpose of this study was to measure the extent of acceptability of Arabicized business terms. The present study investigated the attitudes of business students toward the Arabicization of business terms. Besides, it drew attention to the criteria of […]

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  • Invitation from Online study group in Japanese: Dear all In March we launched an online study group for discussing SFL in Japanese with a number of colleagues across the world. We now prepare for the next meeting in 19th June, and would like to take this opportunity to invite more people to join in. Our […]

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  • In his cross comparison of the traditional American “sharing time” with the Spanish equivalent “La Ronda,” Poveda (2002) identified narrative elements that were both shared and culturally specific. Existence, organization, and content of each session were similar. That is to say that both cultures valued having the sharing time as part of their curriculum, structured […]

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  • IGNACIO MORGADO BERNAL 19 ABR 2016 – 13:42 CEST A mis hijos Claudia y Pau, que hablan en catalán con su madre y en castellano con su padre. En un artículo anterior de este mismo diario tuve ocasión de exponer diversas ventajas del multilingüismo que van más allá del incremento en las posibilidades de comunicación […]

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