Year 2018, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 64 - 78 2018-12-20

A Comparative Analysis of Written Errors of Turkish, Azerbaijani and Syrian Students in English Writing Skills

Mustafa POLAT [1]

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Foreign language education, Writing skill, Errors in writing skills, Comparative error analysis, Interlingual errors
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Orcid: 0000-0002-6905-0087
Author: Mustafa POLAT (Primary Author)
Institution: Karabük University School of Foreign Languages
Country: Turkey


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APA POLAT, M . (2018). A Comparative Analysis of Written Errors of Turkish, Azerbaijani and Syrian Students in English Writing Skills. International Journal of Contemporary Educational Research, 5 (2), 64-78. DOI: 10.33200/ijcer.470855
MLA POLAT, M . "A Comparative Analysis of Written Errors of Turkish, Azerbaijani and Syrian Students in English Writing Skills". International Journal of Contemporary Educational Research 5 (2018): 64-78 <http://ijcer.net/issue/40754/470855>
Chicago POLAT, M . "A Comparative Analysis of Written Errors of Turkish, Azerbaijani and Syrian Students in English Writing Skills". International Journal of Contemporary Educational Research 5 (2018): 64-78
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ISNAD POLAT, Mustafa . "A Comparative Analysis of Written Errors of Turkish, Azerbaijani and Syrian Students in English Writing Skills". International Journal of Contemporary Educational Research 5 / 2 (December 2018): 64-78. https://doi.org/10.33200/ijcer.470855