Default: Applied Linguistics

ISSN: 0142-6001

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Applied Linguistics is a journal indexed in SJR in Language and Linguistics and Linguistics and Language with an H index of 96. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,941 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,941.

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Tramites and Transportes: The Acquisition of Second Language Communicative Competence for One Speech Event in Puno, Peru

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How Not to Strike it Rich: Semantics, Pragmatics, and Semiotics of a Massachusetts Lottery Game Card

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Ablocutionary Value: On the Application of Language Teaching to Linguistics1

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Longitudinal Growth Trajectories of Written Syntactic Complexity: The Case of Turkish Learners in an Intensive English Program

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Applied Linguistics in Court

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Author Identification in American Courts

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Interpreting the discourse of HG Widdowson: a corpus-based critical discourse analysis

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Verbal Memory During Simultaneous Interpretation: Effects of Phonological Interference

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The shared conceptual system and language processing in bilingual children: findings from literacy assessment in Spanish Nahuatl

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Investigating instrument-based pragmatic variability: effects of enhancing discourse completion tests

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One Size Fits All? Learning Conditions and Working Memory Capacity inAb InitioLanguage Development

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Genre identification and communicative purpose: a problem and a possible solution

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What speaking rates do non-native listeners prefer?

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Sex Differences and Apologies: One Aspect of Communicative Competence1

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"You Can Stand Under My Umbrella"": Immersion, CLIL and Bilingual Education. A Response to Cenoz, Genesee & Gorter (2013)"

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An empirical study of the relationship between cognitive style and the use of communication strategy

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Towards a Dynamic Conceptual Framework for English-Medium Education in Multilingual University Settings

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The Nature of Fictional Discourse: A Case Study

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Identity and IL Development and Use1

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Nodes and Networks: Choosing for Real

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Review: Teaching and Researching Computer-assisted Language Learning

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'Sequence' and 'Order' in the Development of L2 Lexis: Some Evidence from Lexical Confusions

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Text Development and Arabic-English Negative Interference

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Forum. Interpretations and correlations: a reply to Stubbs

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