Erdogan BADA
Erdogan BADA
Professor of English, University of Cukurova
Verified email at cu.edu.tr
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Culture in language learning and teaching
B Genc, E Bada
The Reading Matrix 5 (1), 2005
3472005
Students' language learning preferences
E Bada, Z Okan
TESL-EJ 4 (3), 1-15, 2000
1312000
CULTURE IN ELT
E Bada
Journal of Cukurova University Institute of Social Sciences 6 (6), 100-110, 2000
127*2000
Native language influence on the production of English sounds by Japanese learners
E Bada
The Reading Matrix, 2001
692001
English as a world language in academic writing
B Genc, E Bada
562010
Repetitions as vocalized fillers and self-repairs in English and French interlanguages
E Bada
Journal of Pragmatics 42 (6), 1680-1688, 2010
482010
Pausing, preceding and following ‘that’in English
E Bada
ELT Journal 60 (2), 125-132, 2006
302006
Pausing preceding and following to in to-infinitives: A study with implications to reading and speaking skills in ELT
E Bada, B GenÁ
Journal of Pragmatics 40 (11), 1939-1949, 2008
222008
Oral narrative discourse of anaphoric references of Turkish EFL learners
B Genc, E Bada
172006
TYPES AND FUNCTIONS OF REPETITIONS IN THE NARRATIONS OF TURKISH SPEAKERS OF FRENCH.
B GenÁ, M Mavaşoğlu, E Bada
Novitas-ROYAL 4 (2), 2010
132010
Topical structure in argumentative essays of EFL learners and implications for writing classes
M KılıÁ, B GenÁ, E Bada
Journal of language and linguistic studies 12 (2), 107-116, 2016
122016
Use of first person pronouns: A corpus based study of journal articles
A Başal
Unpublished Masters Theses. «ukurova University, 2006
102006
Cultural Elements in EFL Course Books.
÷G Ulum, E Bada
Online Submission 15 (1), 15-26, 2016
82016
Language learning strategies of EFL learners
GE Yapıcı, E Bada
72004
English: Well beyond the inner circle dominance
E Bada, ÷G Ulum
Journal of Human Sciences 14 (4), 3932-3939, 2017
62017
Lexical Collocations (Verb+ Noun) across Written Academic Genres in English.
E Ordem, E Bada
Online Submission 1 (3), 20-37, 2016
62016
An investigation into the tense/aspect preferences of Turkish speakers of English and native English speakers in their oral narration
E Bada, B Genc
62007
Pausing preceding and following que in the production of native speakers of French
B GenÁ, M Mavasoglu, E Bada
Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics 14 (1), 144-154, 2011
42011
Pausing preceding and following to in to-infinitives of Obamas G-20 summit speech in London: Read vs spontaneous speech
B Genccedil, E Bada
International Journal of English and Literature 1 (2), 16-20, 2010
42010
Phonemic identifications in English: A case of interlingual transfer by adult speakers of Turkish, Japanese, and Arabic
E Bada
University of Exeter, 1993
41993
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