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Name :Jamal Azmi mohd Salim
Academic Rank :Associate prof
Office No :1328
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Department :English Language and Literature
Email :jamalazmi98@yahoo.com
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Jamal Azmi Salim , Stages in Language Acquisition: A Case Study, English Language and Literature Studies , Vol. 4, No. 4; 2014 /16
11/01/2014
The present study which is based on “naturalistic observations” covers the acquisition of Arabic during her pre-school age. The study was carried out by maintaining the proper records of the child utterances in the form of a ‘diary’ and the traditional method of phonetic transcription was used to record utterances.
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Jamal Azmi Salim , Stages in Language Acquisition: A Case Study, Canadian Center of Science and Education , Vol. 4, No. 4; 2014 /16
11/01/2014
The main objective of this study is to trace the language development of the child Anwar from a Jordanian Arabic-speaking home, from her first vocal sounds to the first sentences. The present study which is based on “naturalistic observations” covers the acquisition of Arabic during her pre-school age. The study was carried out by maintaining the proper records of the child utterances in the form of a ‘diary’ and the traditional method of phonetic transcription was used to record utterances.
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Jamal Azmi Salim , The Perception of English Vowels by Arab EFL Learners: A Case Study of University Students at Zarqa University , Research on Humanities and Social Sciences , Vol.4, No.20, 2014 / 23
11/01/2014
The present paper focuses on the perception of English vowel sounds by learners of English at university level. English and Arabic, genetically two different languages, share some common features on one hand, and exhibit a lot of differences on the other hand. These differences are the chief source of difficulty in the learning of a foreign language. Some Arabic speakers perform oddly on a range of experimental tasks which involve word discrimination. All these tasks involve discriminating w
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