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Elisabet Titik Murtisari
Elisabet Titik Murtisari
Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana
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Explicitation in Translation Studies: The journey of an elusive concept
ET Murtisari
Translation & Interpreting, The 8 (2), 64-81, 2016
772016
Google Translate in language learning: Indonesian EFL students' attitudes
ET Murtisari, R Widiningrum, J Branata, RD Susanto
Journal of Asia TEFL 16 (3), 978, 2019
472019
Some traditional Javanese values in NSM: From God to social interaction
ET Murtisari
International Journal of Indonesian Studies 1 (1), 110-125, 2013
452013
Attitudes to western loanwords in Indonesian
T Hassall, ET Murtisari, C Donnelly, J Wood
Walter de Gruyter 2008 (189), 55-84, 2008
392008
A relevance-based framework for explicitation and implicitation in translation
ET Murtisari
An alternative typology. Trans-kom6 (2), 315-344, 2013
382013
Impact of English on the Indonesian language and culture: High school students’ perceptions
ET Murtisari, CG Mali
studies about languages, 90-104, 2017
202017
Literature as Translation/Translation as Literature
C Conti, J Gourley
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014
132014
ISOLATED AND INTEGRATED GRAMMAR TEACHING IN TERTIARY EFL CONTEXT: INDONESIAN TEACHERS’BELIEFS
ET Murtisari, L Salvadora, G Hastuti
SAGA: Journal of English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics 1 (1), 17-30, 2020
122020
Translation Skill in Language Learning/Teaching: EFL Learners’ Point of View
ET Murtisari
Kalbų Studijos, 102-113, 2016
112016
Response to Becher’s two papers on the explicitation hypothesis
ET Murtisari
Trans-kom. Journal of Translation and Technical Communication Research 7 (2 …, 2014
82014
The use of video-based reflection to facilitate pre-service English teachers’ self-reflection
I Setyaningrahayu, PR Widhi, ET Murtisari
Indonesian JELT: Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching 14 (2), 147-165, 2019
72019
Explicitation in translation studies: The journey of an elusive concept. Translation and Interpreting, 8 (2), 64–81
ET Murtisari
72016
Indonesian and translation: national identity in the global border contests
ET Murtisari
International Journal of Indonesian Studies 1 (2), 70-80, 2015
62015
Use of translation strategies in writing: Advanced EFL students
ET Murtisari
LLT Journal: A Journal on Language and Language Teaching 24 (1), 228-239, 2021
52021
PEER TEACHING TO ASSIST TERTIARY EFL GRAMMAR LEARNING: INDONESIAN TUTORS’PERCEPTIONS OF CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES
ME Titik, P Dewi
Journal of Language and Education 6 (4 (24)), 204-215, 2020
52020
Enhancing isolated grammar teaching through translation: Sentence level and beyond
ET Murtisari
LLT Journal: A Journal on Language and Language Teaching 23 (1), 157-167, 2020
42020
The Use of Indonesian First-Singular-Pronouns by Students Interacting with Teachers: Saya or Aku
ET Murtisari, DD Fabrian, RD Lolyta, DR Lukitasari, VC Rahardjono
Kajian Linguistik Dan Sastra 4 (1), 79-90, 2019
42019
Learning Grammar through Learning to Translate: A Means and an End
ET Murtisari, GJ Bonar, R Widiningrum
The Journal of Asia TEFL 17 (2), 715-723, 2020
22020
Translation and Literary Mimesis: The Case of Nobel Prize Nominee Pramoedya Ananta Toer
ET Murtisari
Literature as Translation/Translation as Literature, 16-29, 2014
22014
EFFECTS OF PEER TEACHING ON GRAMMAR LEARNING: DOES IT ENHANCE LEARNER AUTONOMY?
S Dewantono, ET Murtisari
LLT Journal: A Journal on Language and Language Teaching 26 (1), 346-364, 2023
2023
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