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  • عبد الكريم, عمر احمد محمد (جامعة السودان المفتوحة, 2010)
  • الشامي, محمد احمد (جامعة السودان المفتوحة, 2017)
  • أبشر, مهدي مامون (2011)
  • Altahir, Ahmed Babiker (Open University of Sudan, 2009)
    The word phone is a Greek word. It simply means sound. So, phonetics is concerned with describing the speech sounds that occur in the languages of the world
  • Hadra, Tawheeda Osman (Open University of Sudan, 2008)
    Morphology is the study of how words are formed. The word morphology itself is formed up of two parts morph which means form’ and ology which means ‘study The two elements morph and ology are called morphemes. This ...
  • Arbab, Slayed (Open University of Sudan, 2008)
    Teaching and testing are so closely interrelated that it is impossible to work in either field without being concerned with the other. Students learn a language. Teachers teach and test what students learn. Teachers ...
  • Altahir, Ahmed Babiker (Open University of Sudan, 2009)
    The implications which must be addressed by linguistics and politicians is: where as in the past English was but one international language among others it is now increasoningly in a category of its own In addition to its ...
  • Altahir, Ahmed Babiker (Open University of Sudan, 2008)
    Both phonetics and phonology are important components of linguistics, which is the science that deals with the general study of language. A specialist in linguistics is termed a linguist
  • Gilbert, Judy B (Open University of Sudan, 2005)
    This book is designed to help you make the most efficient use of your time as you learn to pronounce English better. You probably want to learn how to pronounce the sounds of English more clearly. I think the most useful ...
  • Abdelmagid, Mustafa M (Open University of Sudan, 2010)
    This book is a selection of prose from articles and books on different disciplines. Its intention is to introduce and expose the student to the language features, styles and vocabulary of the English used in different ...
  • Idrees, Abdulmahmoud; Hago, Omer Elsheikh (Open University of Sudan, 2006)
    ‘Writing skills 2’ is an important module of the base Course in English of the Open University of Sudan. Its objective is to develop in learners writing skills required to cope with the various communicative needs in the ...
  • Idrees, Abdulmahmoud; Hago, Omer Elsheikh (Open University of Sudan, 2006)
    writing Skills1 has been prepared to provide you with basic requirements in the skill of writing. This course is planned to make the skill of writing easy and enjoyable for the learners of English. Course Objectives ...
  • Eltahir, Ahmed Babiker (Open University of Sudan, 2011)
    You are expected to think critically about what you read and thus develop analytical skills that enable you to argue and present ideas that augment your argument. The selection is also meant to advance your competence of ...
  • Alfaki, Ibrahim Mohammed; Ahmed, Talha Mohammed (Open University of Sudan, 2007)
    You are welcome to this course, Methodology (1). It aims at providing you with the techniques, principles and theories of English language teaching to. It endeavours to assist you in a practical manner by illustrating with ...
  • Ahmed, Talha Mohamed; Alfaki, Ibrahim Mohamed (Open University of Sudan, 2007)
    You are genuinely welcome to the content of this course. This course, Methodology in English Language Teaching (2), aims at providing you with the techniques, principles and theories of English language teaching to ...
  • Abdelmagid, Mustafa M (Open University of Sudan, 2009)
    learner, This course is a general introduction to English poetry. Unit(1) provides background information to the subject. Unit (2) describes how poetry can be analysed in terms of its linguistic characteristics. Both of ...
  • AL Faki, Ibrahim Mohamed (Open University of Sudan, 2006)
    This course is designed to introduce you to the field of English language literature. The material is selected and sequenced in such a way that it helps you study it on your own or with the help of a tutor or an academic ...
  • Hago, Omer Elsheikh (Open University of Sudan, 2005)
    An Introduction to Linguistics provides an introduction to the scientific study of human languages, concentrating on the similarity and diversity of the languages of the world. In addition, we will examine and explore the ...
  • Abdelmagid, Mustafa Mohamed (Open University of Sudan, 2010)
    The present continuous tense is used to express actions that are happening now, at the time of speaking, and have not finished yet. It can also be used to explain that actions are not happening now. Sentence Structure ...
  • Grammar 1 
    al-Hassan, . Gubara Abdullah (Open University of Sudan, 2006)
    This book (Grammar1) is intended to be used by pre-intermediate EFL learners. The level is about that of learners who studied English for seven years, at Sudanese and Arabic schools, and at least one semester at tertiary ...

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