Error Analysis in Role-play Presentations among Less Proficient L2 Malaysian Learners

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(Image: Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur. From my picture-archive)
I have been informed that Murad Sawalmeh (University of Huddersfield, Applied Linguistics), one of the readers of this blog who’s located in the other side of the globe, just uploaded a paper on Academia.edu titled:

Error Analysis in Role-play Presentations among Less Proficient L2 Malaysian Learners

“The speaking skill in non-native language has been the subject of investigations in recent years (Hojati, 2013). The present study examines errors in the speech of less proficient speakers of English during their role-play presentations…” Here’s the link:
https://www.academia.edu/8122391/Error_Analysis_in_Role-play_Presentations_among_Less_Proficient_L2_Malaysian_Learners

If you wish to query or comment on it, you may leave a reply on this blog. Thank you for sharing, Murad!

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