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  • Vocabulary Learning Strategies used by Second Year English Specialization Students at Yadanabon University 

    Khin Myo Thinn (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    The aim of this research paper is to explore vocabulary learning strategies used by Second Year English Specialization Students at Yadanabon University. The objectives of this research paper are to analyze the student's ...
  • An Analysis of Illocutionary acts in the letters written by non-english specialization students 

    Khaing Thet Wai (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2018)
    In order to do research on the sentences in letter writing, a group of 47 students, non- English specialization students, were asked to write letters to their friends. This research was carried out by analyzing 94 letters. ...
  • A study of cases found in hillary rodham clinton’s speech at the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women Plenary Session 

    Daw Aye Thida (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2017)
    This research intends to study the use of cases in Hillary Rodham Clinton‟s speech . The objectives of this research are to explore cases found in the speech, to classify them into six types of cases and to determine the ...
  • Teaching and Testing Vocabulary 

    Daw Nang Hla Win Khaing (Yadanabon University Research Journal, 2017)
    Teaching vocabulary is important as it is of great help for ESL Learners to understand and use the language. In the process of teaching English, new vocabulary is taught to ESL learners by using various strategies to ...
  • Some Useful Activities For Teaching Writing 

    Zaw Htway (Yadanabon University Research Jourrnal, 2010)
    In a formal education setting, English is taught as a foreign language and writing is a tested skill at every level. In this article, theories on writing and teaching writing are presented first and then some useful ...
  • A Study on How a Poet Sees 

    Zaw Htway (University Research Journal, 2013)
    This article tries to present how a poet sees the things differently from ordinary people. Lanborn (1964) defines a poet as a person who is „more sensitive with a wider range of feeling; and better able to express what ...
  • Lexical cohesion in the short story the star Child by Oscar Wilde 

    ; Kay Khaing Oo (Yadanabon University Research Jourrnal, 2016)
    The aim of this paper is to analyze the lexical cohesion in the short story The Star Child by Oscar Wilde. The objectives are to find out how many lexical items are related to each other and to classify them based on the ...