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    Pagination47 l.
    Number of Pages47
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    Open LibraryOL16745799M


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The audio book course was conducted for 1 month, 2 days per week, in 8 one-hour sessions. After selecting samples, mental health standard questionnaires (SCLR) were distributed among both control and experimental groups and then courses of audio book were held for the experimental group.

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Japanese university freshmen participated in the extensive reading study. Though learners’ linguistic ability like spelling and morphosyntax did not exhibit significant improvement, learners had great improvement for reading ability.

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