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Mohammed Al-Sammak

About Mohammed Al-Sammak

4th Year PhD Student. Arabic syntax. I work mostly on unaccusative and unergative verbs in Arabic and how cognate objects interact with them. For my minor in Language, Reading and Culture, I work on social justice in education.

Areas of Study

Syntax, teaching English to speakers of other languages, the impact of national origin on the learning of English as a second language

Research Interests

Iraqi Arabic syntax, teaching English to speakers of other languages, the impact of national origin on the learning of English as a second language

Areas of Study

Syntax, teaching English to speakers of other languages, the impact of national origin on the learning of English as a second language

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Mohammed Al-Sammak

Degree(s)

M.A. (With Distinction), 2012. California State University at Fresno. Linguistics - Teaching English as a Second Language.

B.A. (Excellent), 2007. University of Baghdad. English.

Courses Taught

Linguistics 150A - Language

Arabic (all levels)