The Effect of Memorizing Particle Phrases through Student-Generated Sketches on EFL Learners’ Spoken Fluency

Reza Saeedehghan; Mohammad Khatib; Farid Ghaemi

Volume 3, Issue 11 , October 2020, , Pages 27-40

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/iepa.2020.243736.1200

Abstract
  Using chunks is said to bring about fluency into speech as they save speakers from constructing their speech upon a word-by-word basis. Particle phrases (A term coined in this study to refer to phrasal verbs and their derived and deviated nouns and adjectives) are also among those chunks. This study ...  Read More

Particle Phrases as Metaphorical Concepts Retained in Online Speech: The Case of Spoken Accuracy

Reza Saeedehghan; Mohammad Khatib; Farid Ghaemi

Volume 2, Issue 6 , August 2019, , Pages 7-17

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/iepa.2019.200106.1124

Abstract
  Particle phrases are defined as prefabricated “chunks” stored and retrieved as a whole from memory at the time of use, rather than being subject to generation or analysis by the language grammar. This study was an attempt to investigate the effect of teaching particle-bound phrases on spoken ...  Read More