Bashar Farran

Bashar Farran
University of Pannonia, Veszprém · Faculty of Modern Philology and Social Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I am Bashar Farran, PhD in Linguistics. Concentrated in Phonetics and Phonology. Graduated summa cum laude. I am interested in the interaction between perceptual assimilation, production, and learning of EFL through an experimental approach.
Additional affiliations
February 2022 - August 2022
ÚNKP - Új Nemzeti Kiválóság Program
Position
  • Research Fellow
Description
  • 2021-2022 Scholarship of the New National Excellence Program (ÚNKP-21-3)
September 2012 - present
Ministry of Education, Palestine
Position
  • TEFL
Education
September 2018 - August 2022
University of Pannonia, Veszprém
Field of study
  • Multilingualism (Experimental Linguistics)
January 2013 - June 2016
An-Najah National University
Field of study
  • Translation and Applied Linguistics

Publications

Publications (12)
Thesis
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This dissertation addresses the perception and production of American English monophthongs by Palestinian Arabic (PA) learners of English as a Foreign Language (EFL). It aims to identify (and predict) areas of difficulty in the perception and production of these sounds of American English (AE) within a framework of the most influential L2 perceptio...
Conference Paper
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We measured the articulation of the 11 monophthongs of American English (AE) in /hVd/ words (e.g., heed, hid, head, had, …) by Palestinian Arabic (PA) learners of English as a foreign language (EFL). The vowel durations of the L2 and L1 speakers proved strongly correlated but were (much) shorter in L2 than in L1. The same phenomenon has been report...
Article
Book review, (2020) Arabic Second Language Learning and Effects of Input, Transfer, and Typology, Mohammad T. Alhawary, Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. 2019. 223 p. published on Hungarian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2020/2, 1-5
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Mohammad T. Alhawary: Arabic Second Language Learning and Effects of Input, Transfer, and Typology (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. 2019. 223 p.) (paperback) ISBN: 9781626166479 Published in: Hungarian Journal of Applied Linguistics. Vol 20, 2/2020. ISSN 2498-4442
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The study investigates whether the Linguistic Landscape (LL) in the main street of Ramallah, Palestine should be considered a situational variable of the English language in the country or a treat-like variable and exclusive to this city. The analysed data include over 519 pictures of signage so as to determine the number of languages used on the s...
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A minőségi nyelvoktatás megkívánja az adott idegen nyelven zajló vizsgák módszertanának, tartalmának, valamint eredményeinek folyamatos felülvizsgálatát és továbbfejlesztését. Ugyanakkor az angol mint idegen nyelv vizsgák nyelvi eredményei Palesztinában (beleértve a Nyugati Partvidéket, Kelet-Jeruzsálemet, valamint a Gázai Övezetet is) nem tartanak...
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Objectives: To assess the risks in confronting the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing lockdown effectiveness in each of Italy, Germany, Spain, France, and the USA using China’s lockdown model simulation, and cases forecast until the plateau phase. Methods: Quantitative and qualitative historical data analysis. Total Risk Assessment (TRA) evaluation...
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THE POLITICS OF PALESTINIAN MULTILINGUALISM: SPEAKING FOR CITIZENSHIP Nancy Hawker, London, Routledge, 2019, (paperback). ISBN 978-1-38-56331-5 Published in: SYNERGY - ASE. Vol 16, 1/2020, ISSN 1841-7191 (106-109)
Poster
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From semiotic perspective, language is seen as an ever-changing and a living system without distinct or fixed sememes. Signage can be considered as part of these developing system from a linguistic point of view. This poster in Linguistics Landscape (LL) focuses on in Kossuth Lajos Utca (street) in Veszprém. The geosemiotic representation of the st...
Presentation
This Presentation tackles the translated product as one unit as well as the combined pieces of cumulative texts with different functions for each type of texts. In addition, it tackles the processes used in translating different types of texts from CAT-Tools perspective and the modifications made by the human translators in order to preserve the or...

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