Sino-US English Teaching, a monthly professional academic journal, covers all sorts of researches on English teaching theory and practice, linguistic research, literature criticism, translation research and other latest findings and achievements from experts and foreign language scholars all over the world.
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The journal ANGLISTICUM is an international journal which will contribute to the development of both theory and practice in the field of English Literature, Linguistics and Interdisciplinary studies.
The International Journal of Christianity and English Language Teaching (IJC&ELT, ISSN 2334-1866, online) is an international peer reviewed open access journal that publishes quality empirical, practical, review, and theoretical papers covering a broad range of issues in English language teaching and research. IJC&ELT is thus an interdisciplinary forum, publishing both original research and teaching articles, as well as stimulating reflections and reviews of interest to Christians and others in TESOL.
SamaraAltLinguo is home to diverse views on Linguistics and English Language studies. We welcome your ideas, articles, support and are happy to give you a chance to publish your opinion here. Our focus is on Discourse Analysis, Narratology, Varieties of English (geographical, occupational, etc.), Language and Culture Studies, English Vocabulary, Semantics and Semiotics, Text Analysis, Sociolinguistics, Pragmatics, English in the Media, English in Politics, English on the Internet/Computer-Mediated Communication.