International Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics (IJLAL) is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers and researchers in the field of language teaching/learning and applied linguistics. The journal is published quarterly in online version. This international-refereed journal is a publication of Khate Sefid English Educational Group, Iran.

IJLAL is particularly interested in studies with sound theoretical frameworks and clear pedagogical implications and/or applications in the following areas: Theory and practice in English language teaching & learning; Applied linguistics & discourse studies; Teaching English as a second or foreign language; Language learning problems; English for specific purpose, language teaching & testing; Computer assisted language learning.


Current Issue

Volume 2  Issue 3


Editorial Note
Mohammad Reza Amirian

The Relationship between Teachers’ Efficacy and Teachers’ Burnout in the Context of Iranian English Language Institutes
Ghazaleh Payvar & Heydar Nosratzadeh
Pages: 1-25   |   Full PDF Paper

Reading Comprehension and Deafness: the Impact of E-learning in an Italian EFL Context
Luciana Forti & Maria Roccaforte
Pages: 26-46   |   Full PDF Paper

Does the Type of Task Affect Learning Collocations? Focused vs. Unfocused Tasks
Zahra Montasseri & Zahra Kheradmand
Pages: 47-63   |   Full PDF Paper

An Examination on English Teachers’ Perceptions of Student Motivation in Higher Education
Hsiao-Wen Hsu
Pages: 64-77   |   Full PDF Paper

Interface between Self-Efficacy, Proficiency Level, and Reticence: The Case of Iranian EFL Learners
Nasrin Razzaghi, Fariba Mobini & Mahdi Nasiri
Pages: 78-104   |   Full PDF Paper

Analogy and Causation in Natural Science English: A Cross-Register View
Christoph Haase
Pages: 105-126   |   Full PDF Paper


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