Journal Description

ISSN : 2580-2348 (e) | 2477-5444 (p)
Editor In Chief : Dedy Suhery, M.S., Ph.D
Managing Editor : Cut Intan Meutia, S.Pd.I., MA
Frequency : Twice a year (June and December)
Indexing : SINTA, MORAREFDimensions, etc.
Accreditation : SINTA 4 | 164/E/KPT/2021
Publisher : UPT. Pengembangan Bahasa IAIN Langsa
URL : https://journal.iainlangsa.ac.id/index.php/jl3t


JL3T (Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Language Teaching) is a biannual journal published by UPT Pengembangan Bahasa, IAIN Langsa that publishes original research papers in applied linguistics, literature, and language teaching in June and December.


The aim of this journal is to encourage inquiry into the relationship between theoretical and practical studies in order to promote a normative approach to research on language and language- related concerns. The journal welcomes contributions in such areas of current analysis in: first, second, and foreign language teaching and learning; language in education; language planning, language testing; curriculum design and development; multilingualism and multilingual education; syntax; semantics; Sociolinguistics; morphology; psycholinguistics; pragmatics; Phonology; discourse analysis; translation; clinical linguistics; and literature and teaching.

All published articles of this journal are included in the indexing and abstracting coverage of:

 

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Call for Reviewer of JL3T

Aug 9, 2022

JL3T (Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Language Teaching) published by UPT Pengembangan Bahasa IAIN Langsa, invited lecturers and researchers to become Reviewer.

Vol 10 No 1 (2024): JL3T Vol. X No. 1 2024

Published: Jun 30, 2024

English Loanwords in Urdu Language: A Study of Borrowing

1-12 Zuhair Ahmad, Ilyas Khan
Read Statistic: 56

Study of the Assimilation of Diphthongs in Bahasa through the Perspective of Optimality Theory

13-19 Chintia Dewi Sukri, Anggita Bella Afrilla Nasution
Read Statistic: 21

The Personified Petals: Communicating Self-Identity through Figurative Language in Noor Unnahar’s Poetry

20-33 Yemima Vanesha Mauboy, I Gusti Agung Sri Rwa Jayantini
Read Statistic: 19

A Phono-Stylistic Analysis of Langston Hughes’ Poem “Harlem”

34-41 Rahmadsyah Rangkuti, Susanty Tannada
Read Statistic: 22

Increasing Students’ Mastery in Tense by Using DOTEN Media

42-61 Intan Fitrah Syahraini, Nina Afrida, Mauloeddin Afna
Read Statistic: 12

An Analysis of Figurative Language in Thomas Gray’s ‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’

62-79 Ruly Adha
Read Statistic: 12

The Usage of Greetings Varieties at Widyatama Campus Environment: A Sociolinguistics Study

80-95 Bany Galvin Dirgantara, Hero Gunawan
Read Statistic: 41

The Role of Parents in Increasing Children's English Vocabulary in Kelambir V Kebun

96-108 Doni Efrizah, Indah Sari, Vivi Oxana Putri
Read Statistic: 13

Idioms in the Series of “Gossip Girl Season 4”: Semantics Study

109-119 Tiefanny Dewi Puspita Taloko
Read Statistic: 17
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