1. Iranian EFL Learners’ Production of Online ‎English Requests: Effects of Technology-‎Mediated Task-Based Instruction

Minoo Alemi; Zahra Maleknia; Babak Meschi Nezami

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 September 2022

Abstract
  This quasi-experimental study scrutinized the impact of technology-mediated TBLT in an online collaborative and individual EFL learning environment on the development of request production of 20 male and female B.A. students of TEFL. The participants were divided into two equal individual and collaborative ...  Read More

2. Communication Skills of Selected Omani College ‎Students: Implications for Business ‎Skills

Anna Bocar; Ruel Ancheta

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 03 November 2022

Abstract
  This study aimed to determine the effectiveness level of the communication skills of the ‎selected participants who were non-native speakers of the English language, and examine its implications ‎for their business skills. A descriptive method of research was utilized and a borrowed questionnaire ...  Read More

3. Use of Cultulings in Business Communication: A Case of Flattery

Saba Hasanzadeh; Golshan Shakeebaee

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 January 2023

Abstract
  Since business without appropriate language use is impossible and language is an inseparable ‎part of a culture, knowing about the cultural patterns of communities can also be valuable. ‎Considering language as an essential component of any given culture, studying linguistic ‎expressions ...  Read More

4. Students’ Perceived Cultural Styles, Second Language Communication, and Confidence in Communication

Akin Gürbüz; Mehmet Abi; Bekir Canlı

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 29 January 2023

Abstract
  A common challenge for most students in intercultural contexts both in their academic studies ‎and future careers is balancing speaking opportunities for talkative and less talkative students. ‎The differences in individuals’ communication styles due to their backgrounds may lead to ‎some ...  Read More