Journal of Language Research

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Language Research-Applied linguistics-Jelisaveta Safranj

Serbia and Montenegro

University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences

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Jelisaveta Safranj


University of Novi Sad Faculty of Technical Sciences Department for Fundamental Disciplines in Engineering Trg Dositeja Obradovića 6 21000 Novi Sad Serbia Tel.: +381 21 485 2308 Fax.: +381 21 6350 770 E-mail: [email protected] E-mail: [email protected]

Research Interests:

  • Applied linguistics, 
  • Discourse Analysis,
  •  English for Specific Purposes,
  •  Textlinguistics,
  •  Rhetorical Structure Theory,
  •  Corpus linguistics


  • Logical/Mathematical Intelligence in Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Advancing Listening Comprehension Through Movies
  • Students’ emotional state and educational efficiency : Temptations of modern education
  • Strategies of Learning English as a Foreign Language at Faculty of Technical Sciences,
  • Using Information Technology in English Language Learning Procedure: Blended Learning
  • The most common rhetorical relations in the discourse of the English business language. In N. Silaški, & T. Đurović (ed.), Current topics of the English language of science and profession in Serbia (p.149-166). Beograd: Centar za izdavačku djelatnost Ekonomskog fakulteta.
  • Reflections of English Language Teachers on Computer Assisted Language Learning
  • Using Internet in English Language Teaching
  • The rhetorical organization of the News Business News at the Financial Times Corps
  • Rhetorical organization of the lead of business news articles based on a corpus from The Financial Times
  • Students’ communicative competence