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In this advancing world of communication, science, and technology, research has its pivotal part and its contribution to any side of action course proves vital where conventional and unconventional exploration methodologies can play a significant role in the appreciation of multifaceted and circumstantial dynamics of scientific and experiential explorations. Thus, drawing upon the realm of linguistics, whether general or applied, we are to help researchers to have their share and to open the scientific horizons to improve performance in the field. Accordingly, the EFL Teaching and Learning Journal (EFLTLJ) is to screen high quality studies, innovative experimental and non-experimental investigations, context sensitive explorations comprising quantitative, qualitative, and mixed method studies that knowingly employ conventional and modern research design and statistical approaches and support the theory and practice. The EFLTLJ also welcomes other types of meta-analyses, applied research tutorials, annotations, clarifications, and evaluations of recent premises, practices, and articles, and editorials. To hold the line, combining content with technology, supported by operational efficiency, is what can turn information into knowledge. The EFLTLJ is a journal to boost knowledge that gives power to users and high-spots the theoretical and applied connections of findings. Therefore, the prospect it is pursuing is ‘Researchers can change the world for the better. Join us.’
final note, it is to remark that the EFLTLJ
publishes the accepted articles only electronically through http://eflj.ub.ac.ir/, and this
journal and the associated members do not admit any accountability for proclamations
and views radicalized, socialized, and politicized by the authors of the
articles published in this journal.
Dr. Robatjazi, Mohammad Ali
Dr. Alemi, Minoo Dr. Anani Sarab, Mohammad Reza Dr. Barabadi, Elyas Dr. Li, Chengchen Dr. Elahi Shirvan, Majid Dr. Ghonsooly, Behzad Dr. Ghorbani, Mohammad Reza Dr. Golparvar, Seyyed Ehsan Dr. Mirvahedi, Seyed Hadi Dr. Papi, Mostafa Dr. Pishghadam, Reza Dr. Rezaei, Abbasali
Dr. Khajavy Fadafan, Gholam Hassan