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Intonation and Prosodic Structure

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Journal Information



Title: International Journal of Research in ELT
Publisher: Educational Research Association, Turkey
URL: http://ijrelt.eab.org.tr
Description: International Journal of Research in ELT (IJRELT) is an international peer-reviewed journal in English Language Teaching (ELT) Research and is the official journal of the Educational Research Association (ERA). It publishes reports of research studies into different aspects of teaching and learning English as a foreign or second language. The main aim of the journal is to assist in the improvement of teaching-learning in the field of English Language Teaching related to the process of teacher training, teaching and learning in foreign language and to make a contribution to knowledge in this field by enabling the results of theoretical and practical research by specialists and instructors to be disseminated to interested parties. Articles submitted to the journal should be about the process of teaching and/or learning a English Language Teaching and teacher-training and be based on original research. The journal stresses first and foremost educational aspects rather than pure sciences.

ISSN: 1309-7210
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Specialty: English