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Name: Azadeh  Nemati
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State and/or Country: India   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Selected Publications: • Nemati, Azadeh and Bayer, M. Jennifer (2007). Gender differences in the use of linguistic forms in the speech of men and women – A comparative study of Persian and English. Glossa (ISSN 1931-7778),(3)1, 185-201.

• Nemati, Azadeh (2007). A discourse grammatical analysis of Sohrab Sepehri's poem: Sedaye Paye Aab. Journal of Persian Language and Literature, 5(8), 173-186.

• Nemati, Azadeh (2008). Use and rankings of vocabulary learning strategies by Indian ESL learners. Language in India (ISSN 1930-2940), 8, 4 April.

• Nemati, Azadeh and Bayer, M., Jennifer (2008). Vocabulary retention technique through an organized learning scheme. Indian Linguistics, (ISSN 0378-0759), 69(1-4), 289-296.

• Nemati, Azadeh (2009). A strategy based scheme for promoting vocabulary retention among language learners. Language in India, 9, 9 September, 119-137. Retrieved from www.languageinindia.com .

• Nemati, Azadeh (2009). Evaluation of an ESL course book: A step towards systematic vocabulary evaluation. Journal of Social Science. 20(2), 91-99.



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