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بحث عن English Language Schooling, Linguistic Realities, and the Native Speaker of English.

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Contents

 

Abstract: 3

Background & Introduction: 3

Significance of the Study. 5

Problem of the Study: 5

Questions of the Study: 6

Literature Review: 6

Methodology. 9

Results and Discussion: 12

Conclusion & Recommendations 14

Recommendations: 15

References: 17

Appendix 1: Questionnaire. 20

 

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