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    A study of the pronunciation of English consonants by Thai airline ground staff 

    Supakorn Panichkul (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2018)
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    A comparative study of Thai high school students' ideal and ought-to L2 selves in Bangkok 

    Banthita Malirum (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2018)
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    A study of classroom interactional competence at a Thai university level 

    Panadda Pratoomrat (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2018)
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    Scaffolding students' critical reading ability through appraisal theory 

    Namon Jirasataporn (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2018)
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    Say what?: Filipino ESL learners’ semantic formula in expressing complaints 

    Caturay, Warlito Jr. Sanchez (Assumption University Press, 2019)

    Complaining is one of the difficult tasks one has to do because when one complains, one does not only express some displeasure but also expects some form of repair. Hence, it is important for language learners to be taught how to effectively do so. Despite this, the teaching of the speech act of complaint has been taken for granted: either very little is included or it is absent in the language classroom instruction. This study attempts to examine how Filipino ESL learners structure their complaints. Featuring 18 situations calibrated on ...
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    Cebuanos' and Americans' realizations of complaints : a cross-cultural and interlanguage pragmatic study 

    Caturay, Warlito Jr. Sanchez (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2018)
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    An investigation of Kachin institutes teachers' beliefs about learner 

    Wan, Ma Sau (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2018)
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    A study of social and linguistic factors that affect Bangladeshi students' acculturation in Thailand 

    Bhuiyan, Fahad Hussain (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2018)
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    Teaching English Stress: Can Song-Lyric Reading Combined with Mobile Learning Be Beneficial to Non-English Majors? 

    Di, Wu (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    Although stress patterns in English and Chinese are strikingly different, most English learners in China have overlooked or ignored this difference, resulting in poor speaking performance. In an attempt to approach this issue, this study designs the mobile assisted language learning (MALL) based instruction by integrating stress lessons on the mobile application and adopting song lyric-reading as stress pattern training, aiming to help college students improve their speaking performance in terms of English stress. Two groups of Chin...
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    Current Debates in the Theory and Teaching of English L2 Pronunciation 

    Danka, Sandor (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    Ironically, the single concept that appears to be universal in the field of English pronunciation research and instruction, its common denominator as it were, is diversity. Research theory and classroom practice have both convincingly proven that explicit training may indeed lead to improvements in a learner’s clarity of speech, but it seems that everything else is open for debate. Variability in opinions begins with different interpretations of basic concepts, of individual speech sounds, syllables, phrases and utterances. Correctl...

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