International Journal of Language and Translation Research (IJLTR) is a peer-reviewed, quarterly e-journal with an editorial board of scholars in the fields of English language teaching, linguistics, literature, and translation studies from different parts of the world. It welcomes English, Persian and German research-based articles and review articles on various aspects of English language teaching/learning and translation.

Submissions should comprise relevant theoretical foundations and pedagogical implications. They should further reflect a considerable contribution to the existing related literature.

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1. Authors are requested to do free registration in the Journal's online system (under Submit Paper) prior to submitting their manuscripts. They must also submit a signed Research Ethics Note (on a separate sheet).
2. The Journal exploits the Authenticate plagiarism checker to verify the originality of papers. So, all submissions must include a similarity report. Without a similarity report, the submission would be rendered incomplete and not processed.   
3. The corresponding author has to complete the Conflicts of Interest Form فرم تعارض منافع and submit it to the Journal as an attachment along with the submission of the paper.
4Acknowledgments: Any acknowledgment should be stated by the author(s) at the end of the articles, above the list of References.
English Subtitle and Extra-linguistic, Culture-bound References at Fajr Film Festival

Pages 1-21


Reza Karimghasemi Rabouri; Ameneh Zare; Neda Fatehi Rad

Medical English Translation in Medical English Classes of Chinese Medical Colleges: A Literature-based Review

Pages 23-39



Father/Daughter Archetypal Construction in Selected Poems of Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, and Forough Farrokhzad: Jungian Approach

Pages 41-55


Marzieh Kouchaki; Valeh Jalali; Roohollah Reesi Sistani

Beliefs about Language Learning as the Predictor of FL Classroom Anxiety, Willingness to Communicate, and FL Achievement among Iranian EFL Learners

Pages 57-77


Ali Bahremand; Mahnam Saeid

Relationship between Technology Acceptance and Technology Anxiety among Iranian EFL Learners

Pages 79-106


Fatemeh Bagherian; Mehry Haddad Narafshan

Interpreters and War Crimes

Pages 107-112


Hossein Heidari Tabrizi

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