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Name: Jason  Miin-Hwa  Lim
Institution: Universiti Malaysia Sabah
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State and/or Country: Malaysia   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Specialty: Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Language Family(ies): Romance
Selected Publications: Method Sections of Management Research Articles: A Pedagogically Motivated Qualitative Study (Washington, USA: Elsevier, English for Specific Purposes - Thomson ISI Journal);
Target Language Interference in the Acquisition of the Past Simple Tense (Singapore: RELC);
'Recommending Further Research': A Pedagogically Motivated Analysis of Linguistic Mechanisms and Rhetorical Functions (Holland: Maastricht University Press);
Interference in the Second Language Acquisition of the Present Simple Tense (Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, Asian Journal of English Language Teaching);
Crosslinguistic Influence versus Intralingual Interference: A Pedagogically Motivated Investigation into the Acquisition of the Present Perfect (UK/Hollland: Elsevier, System);
Indicating Significance of Current Research: Pedagogical Implications of a Genre Analysis for Dissertation Writing (Bentham Science Publishers);
Rhetorical Categories and Linguistic Mechanisms in Describing Research Conditions: A Comparative Genre-Based Investigation into Researchers' Choices in Education and Applied Linguistics (Bentham Science Publishers);
Associating Interference with Strategy Instruction: An Investigation into the Learning of the Present Continuous (British Virgin Islands, Asian EFL Journal) and other papers in books and journals.
Courses Taught: Discourse Analysis; Spoken and Written Discouse; Syntax and the Structure of English; English Phonetics and Phonology; English for Research Purposes; English for Academic Purposes; English for Social Sciences.

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