English Teaching and Linguistics Journal (ETLiJ)

English Teaching and Linguistics Journal (ETLiJ) ISSN: 2716-0831 (Online) is open to submission from Indonesia and from other nations where English language and literature are part of the school and Higher Education curriculum. ETLiJ is published by the Department of English Education, Faculty of Teachers Training and Education, Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara. This journal is indexed by Google Scholar and Garuda. ETLiJ will be published biannually, in January and July (2 issues/year).

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Vol 3, No 2 (2022): ETLIJ - English Teaching and Linguistics Journal

Table of Contents


Two Stay Two Stray Techniques to Improve Junior Highschool Students’ English Vocabulary Mastery PDF
Bambang Nur Alamsyah Lubis, Kartina Rahmadhani Rambe, Azizah Husda 68-74
Mood and Modality Analysis in the Chronicles of Mulan Movie PDF
Jenita Anjani Sembiring, Leony Aisah Habibah 75-93
Development of Project-Based Learning Models for Teaching Accounting English in Higher Education PDF
Marina Marina, Mursidah Mursidah, Muhammad Roni 94-102
Improving Listening Comprehension Through Storytelling PDF
Puji Hariati, Habib Syukri Nasution 103-110
Hate Speech Acts on Social Media (Forensic Linguistics Study) PDF
Putri Lidiana Permata Sari, Lis Supiatman, Yen Aryni 111-117
Soliloquy in the Novel Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky PDF
Resty Wahyuni, Halimah Tussadiah 118-125
A Forensic Linguistics Study of Provocative Speech Acts by Politicians on Social Media Platforms PDF
Wiwien Pratiwi Harsa, Arifulhak Arifulhak 126-134
A Study of Taboo Words among Students in the Classroom Interaction PDF
Yenni Hasnah, Adib Jasni Kharisma, Lira Fibay 135-145
Cultural Representation to EFL according to English Textbooks for Twelfth Grades in Indonesia PDF
Iin Inayah, Yeni Sriyeni 146-152
The Correlation between Students’ Mindset and Speaking Skill: A Correlational Study PDF
Nurraida Nurraida, Nurul Muharrami 153-155

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ISSN: 2716-0831