International Journal of Language and Translation Research (IJLTR) is a peer-reviewedOpen-Access Scientific Journal, owned and sponsored by German University Press, 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.

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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.   
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Tooba Mardani

Relationship Between Iranian EFL Learners’ Perfectionism and Extraversion Considering Age, Gender, and Socioeconomic Status

Pages 17-38


Anis Nakhaei; Neda Fatehi Rad; Kamran Rabani Ebrahimipour

The Individual on Trial: Female Identity in Anita Brookner’s Hotel du Lac

Pages 39-51


Roshanak Vatani

Examination of Image Schemas in Scientific and Literary Texts Within the Framework of Cognitive Semantics

Pages 53-70


Azadeh Shekarian Behzadi; Akram Shekarian Behzadi

Exploring the Utilization of Translation Competence Across General Language Proficiency Levels and Gender: A Study of Iranian EFL Learners

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