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International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation pp 292-298; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2019.2.1.36

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The aim of this study was to find the morphological typology of Korean and Indonesian Language which is employed in novel. The data which was represented in this qualitative research came from relevant translation in writing form. The writing form involves a Korean-language novel and its translation in Indonesian language novel. The findings reveal that Korean and Indonesian morphological transformation in the application of affixation process is not different. However, studying Korean language is challanging since its writing system (hangul) is quiet distinctive compared to Indonesian and its suffixes indicate the hierarcy, mood, tense, and vice versa unlike Indonesian
Nyasha Malbermore Chandavengerwa, Tawanda Matende
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation pp 122-130; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2020.3.3.13

Sharmin Siddiqui, Mostaq Ahamed
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation pp 195-206; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2019.2.2.28

Darren Rey C. Javier, Ramier P. Jubay Jr
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2019.2.5.22

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This action research was conducted to help students develop their vocabulary skills through parent-teacher collaboration and to help parents and teachers understand that collaboration is an important aspect that warrants enough attention. Thus, few studies have focused on parent-teacher collaboration to help students develop their vocabulary skills. This study applies Beck, McKeown, and Kucan’s (2013) three-tiered model of vocabulary to gauge the vocabulary level of the students. Moreover, the researchers used quasiexperimental research to test whether or not collaboration between teachers and parents is effective in improving the vocabulary skills of students. This study used pre-test and post-test to measure students’ vocabulary skills. A training matrix was developed by the researchers to be used for the monthlong duration of the experiment. In the matrix, the researchers employed vocabulary exercises during the experiment. The data gathered were statistically analyzed using SPSS. The results of the study are presented and discussed with reference to the aim of the study; (1) based on the computed mean of the pre- and post-tests, it was found out that there is an increase in the students’ level of performance in vocabulary. Moreover, (2) the results accepted the hypothesis that there is a significant difference before and after the exposure to parent-teacher collaboration. Lastly, (3) it is proposed that parent-teacher partnership shall be the next priority of the school Continuous Improvement Program (CIP) which will highlight communication skills primarily.
Hossein Aliakbari Harehdasht, Zahra Ekbatäni
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2019.2.4.28

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In The Sense of an Ending, Julian Barnes portrays the mysterious workings of the human mind as it distorts facts towards the end of a self-image that one can live with. The protagonist in the novel deploys certain psychological defense mechanisms in order to protect himself from feelings of anxiety, only to experience even more profound anxiety due to his excessive use of them. The significance of the present paper lies in its novel view of the book. So far, the critique on the novel has mainly been focused on the workings of time on memory; however, the present paper investigates how psychological defense mechanisms blur the protagonist’s perception of reality and distort his memories. This paper also attempts to attract scholarly interest in the study of psychological defense mechanisms in the study of The Sense of an Ending which has so far been to the best of our knowledge overlooked
Nayma Afreen
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, Volume 3; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2020.3.6.13

Tri Minh Nguyen, Trang Xuan Phuong Dao
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, Volume 3, pp 156-163; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2020.3.10.18

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The field of English translation and interpretation has shown an increasing popularity in Vietnam in the context of globalization. However, translation in the target culture still has a certain number of problems in transferring the equivalence between two languages, which causes some ambiguities and misunderstandings for readers (House, 2015). Hence, translation quality assurance is significant in ensuring the degree of suitability of the texts as a post-translation process (Munday, 2016). This paper aimed to investigate the difficulties of English majors of translation and interpretation in assessing the quality of texts translated from English to Vietnamese during the learning process on an independent basis. The study employed the mixed method with 50 fourth-year students at Nguyen Tat Thanh University via questionnaires. The findings revealed that those majors had to deal with five main groups of troubles including (1) time constraints, (2) non-equivalence between English and Vietnamese, (3) insufficient cultural understandings, (4) inadequate supports from lecturers, and especially (5) the lack of official framework for translation quality assessment. This paper also proposes the fundamental for university curriculum developments from the learners’ perspectives.
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, Volume 3, pp 140-147; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2020.3.10.16

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The paper analyzes grotesque literary caricature of the exotic Orientals in Tariq Ali and Howard Brenton's play Iranian Nights. The focus is to elucidate how the writer market margins by creating caricatural and exotic characters that generate laughter and comical wit for the international readership. The research has two folds i.e. on one level it will discuss the caricatural features in characters to understand the underline meaning for the use of such distorted and exaggerated art form in a modern play. On the other hand, the paper will have an investigative stance into the dramatic techniques used ancient grotesque plays to find out the significance of such a dramaturgy in the business of exoticism. The research broadens the scope as it presents an art form that depicts a grotesque caricature exoticizing the third world's other Orientals to market margins.
International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, Volume 1, pp 35-43; doi:10.32996/ijllt.2018.1.4.5

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