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- 2Alibrahim, Bashair
- 2Boivin, Jennifer
- 2Guyot, Adrien
- 2Lesiv, Mariya, 1978-
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- 12Malena, Anne (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 5Pogosjan, Jelena (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
- 4Nedashkivska, Alla (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
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Spanish Dialectal Variation in the Foreign Language Classroom: Students' Attitudes, Instructors' Beliefs and Teaching Practices, and Treatment of Variation in TextbooksDownload
Communicative competence is a key concept in the field of foreign/second language (FL/L2) teaching and learning. In fact, the development of the learner’s communicative competence is one of the essential goals of FL/L2 teaching. In Bachman’s model (1990) of Communicative Language Ability,...
Producing song translations that are singable introduces issues that are not relevant to every genre of translation. As a type of constrained translation, song translation requires that the translator respect limits such as rhyme and rhythm and, in doing so, understand that the content must shift...
Rooting, Subverting, and Reclaiming: An Analysis of Clemence of Barking's Catherine of Alexandria as a Pre-modern Gendered TextDownload
This thesis suggests a solution to the longstanding tension between feminist literary theory and medieval religious writing. I argue that by appropriately translating key concepts in feminist theory to account for the particularities of earlier periods of genre literature, we may reconsider...