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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROJECT TOPICS AND RESEARCH MATERIALS


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126 AMBIGUITIES IN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES
127 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENGLISH AND HAUSA NOMINAL PHRASES
128 CORRELATION BETWEEN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE– IN – ENGLISH
129 INCORRECT PUNCTUATION, AS A CAUSE OF AMBIGUITY AND MISUNDERSTANDING IN WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
130 INTERROGATING THE NORTHERN NIGERIAN SOCIETY
131 LANGUAGE OF PERSUASION: AN EXAMINATION OF GOVERNOR ALIYU WAMAKKO’S SELECTED SPEECHES
132 LEXICO-SEMANTIC NIGERIANISM IN NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS
133 LITERARY STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF LABO YARI’S A DAY WITHOUT COCKCROW
134 MOTHER TONGUE (HAUSA) INTERFERENCE ON THE SYNTAX OF SECOND LANGUAGE (ENGLISH)
135 PERSUASION THROUGH FIGURATIVE USE OF LANGUAGE
136 POWER RELATIONS IN COURTROOM LANGUAGE
137 PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED TO LEARNING SECOND LANGUAGE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
138 SEMANTIC REDUNDANCY IN STUDENTS’ SPEECHES
139 REDUPLICATION IN NIGERIAN ENGLISH
140 REFLECTING THE TIMES: A JOURNEY OF SELF-DISCOVERY IN SEFI ATTA’S EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME
141 RELEVANCE OF NEWSPAPER IN ENHANCING READING ABILITY AMONG STUDENTS
142 THE EPISTLE AS A MEDIUM OF COMMUNICATION: AN ANALYSIS OF ABUBAKAR GIMBA’S LETTERS TO MY CHILDREN AND MARIAMA BA’S SO LONG A LETTER
143 THE IMPACT OF PIDGIN ENGLISH ON STUDENTS COMPETENCE IN NIGERIA UNIVERSITY
144 THE MANIFESTATION OF NON STANDARD USAGE OF ENGLISH AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: THE SYNTACTIC PERSPECTIVE
145 THE USE OF FIGURATIVE EXPRESSION IN THE LANGUAGE OF ADVERTISEMENT
146 THEME OF CORRUPTION IN THE POST-COLONIAL AFRICAN NOVEL
147 THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER IN THE USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE OF 400 LEVEL STUDENT OF SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY
148 A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY IN CHINUA ACHEBE’S
149 A LINGUISTIC-STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE LANGUAGE OF NIGERIAN POLITICAL ELITES
150 A PHONELOGICAL ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH FRICATIVES AS USED AMONG THE YORUBA SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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