Bulletin of Advanced English Studies

Bulletin of Advanced English Studies (BAES) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published by Refaad. BAES provides a forum of information of English studies to enable the researcher to gain the newest information in the field and to contribute to its continued updating. The journal presents research and development in the field of English studies.

 

 

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The Influence of Chinese Pottery on the Nabataean Pottery During the 1st Century BC and the 2nd Century AD

Suhib Yousef Dawood Bani Omar

The ancient China's historic stages may be separated into some certain ages: Paleolithic, Neolithic, Bronze, and Ironic Age. There were only broken stone tools in the Paleolithic age.  The Paleolithic age witnessed stone tools and copper pottery during the excavations; major relics of the old ...

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A Critical Account of Articulatory Phonology: A Subject Review

Basim Jubair Kadhim , Adyan Abdul-Munim Mohammed

Phonological theories are in constant search for common points among natural languages, but there are complexities in applications weaking such theories. Articulatory phonology started as a system of gestures that are based on phonological units depending on phonetic articulation. However, it has ended ...

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Godin’s Use of Narrative Technique in ‘My Dead Brother Comes to America’

Tanzina Halim , Shanjida Halim

In literature, the point of view used by authors is a technique that plays an important role. When we read any piece, we wonder who is telling the story or controlling the events in the story. A story or novel can be written using a first-person, second-person, or third-person point of view. Writers ...

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A Study on the Use of Locative Prepositions by Chinese English Majors in English Writing

Maosheng Hung , Tiantian Zhang

This study aims to examine 40 Chinese English majors’ use of locative prepositions in English writing. The students were randomly selected from the English department of a private university in Fujian, China. They were first informed of the purpose of the study, followed by being required to participate ...

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