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Aims

The international journal of language learning and applied linguistics world performs as a platform for the researchers to share their insights with other researchers in the form of original papers.

The international journal of language learning and applied linguistics world is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal, initiated as a joint work by scholars from Sweden and Malaysia which is currently published in online and print versions, dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers and researchers in the field of language teaching/learning and applied linguistics. Papers submitted to the journal will immediately be sent to two related reviewers who are responsible to provide feedback on the content and the language use. When the review results are received, decision will be made whether or not to accept the paper. Upon acceptance, the review results are put together and the corresponding author will be informed to implement necessary modifications (if any) to enhance the quality of the submitted paper based on the comments provided. 



Scopes

The journal is published monthly in online version. The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

Theory and practice in English

Language teaching & learning 

Teaching English as a second or foreign language

Applied linguistics  

Discourse studies

Syllabus design

Language learning problems

Computer assisted language learning

English for specific purpose

English for academic purpose

Language teaching & testing

Translation studies

Review studies

Literature studies
International Journal of Language Learning and Applied Linguistics World (IJLLALW)