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A Study on Mobile Language Learning Strategy of Non-English Majors in a Chinese Private University

Yongjin Zhu, Han Cheng, Kaxi Hu

Abstract


This quantitative study investigated the mobile language learning strategy of non-English major students among a Chinese private university. A total 107 students were selected and the results showed that the students had a moderate level of mobile language learning strategy and in each sub-strategy. No significant difference was found in the uses of language strategy between the male and female students.

Keywords


Mobile Language Learning Strategy; Private University; Difference

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i10.2957

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