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The Anxious Language Learner: A Saudi Woman's Story

by Taghreed Alsaraj

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0986132705, Paperback)

If you’re learning or teaching a foreign language, or simply love languages, then The Anxious Language Learner is a must-read. An expert in the anxiety that often accompanies learning a foreign language, Taghreed M. Al-Saraj, Ph.D., takes you on the personal journey that led to the shocking discovery of her own language anxiety. She also unravels misconceptions about Saudi Arabia and in particular, the women who call it home. Read this book and you will … • understand the symptoms and causes of foreign language anxiety. • discover how to coach yourself out of it. • learn how teachers can guide their students through it.

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