Online Access and Submission of articles to obtain user name and password:


The Manuscript: All copies must be typewritten, double-spaced throughout, on one side of the sheet only. Font to be used is Times Roman 12.


Italic type: Use for cited linguistic forms, titles of books and journals that occur within the text or for emphasis.


Punctuation: Enclose quoted words, phrases and sentences in single quotation marks. Enclose quotations within quotations, and glosses, in double quotation marks.


Notes: Do not use footnotes. Use a raised numeral (without parentheses) for a note reference number. Type all notes double-spaced at the end of the main text.


References: All sources cited in the manuscripts must follow the APA guidelines (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition), and must be alphabetically ordered.


At the end of each article or review cite fully the literature to which you have referred. Type the references, double-spaced, beginning on a separate page, under the heading REFERENCES. Please give the page extent for all journal extracts. Arrange the entries alphabetically by surnames of authors as in the following examples:


Brown, D. H. (1994). Principles of language learning and teaching (3rd ed.). Englewood Cliff, NJ: Prentice-Hall Regents.


Carrel, P. E., & Monroe, L. B. (1993). Learning styles and composition. Modern Language Journal, 77(2), 148-162.


Leki, H. (2001). A narrow  thinking system: Nonnative-English-Speaking students in group projects across the curriculum. TESOL Quarterly, 35(1), 39-67.


Willis, D. (1996). Accuracy, fluency and conformity. In J. Willis & D. Willis (Eds.), Challenge and change in language teaching (pp. 44-51). Oxford: Macmillan, Heinemann.


Within the text, make brief citations such as (Brown, 1994) or (Carrel & Monroe, 1993, p. 148) giving the page numbers for the passage to which reference is made.


Abstracts and keywords: Each manuscript should be accompanied by a title, the author(s) name and affiliation together with an email address on a separate sheet of paper. An informative abstract (200 words), containing a summary of the conceptual content of the article, and about four to six keywords arranged in alphabetical order should appear together with the main body of the article.