Relationship Between Logical and Linguistic
Subject: the relationship between logical and linguistic intelligence
Research question: is there any significant relation between logical and linguistic intelligence among English literature students of Khayyam University?
Hypothesis: students with high logical intelligence are more successful in learning second language and have powerful linguistic intelligence.
Because my major at high school was mathematic and at university I chose English literature, so I like to know if there is any relationship between this two course or not. And after consult with my instructor I choose this subject. I want to know the effects of ...view middle of the document...
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