Articles are free from plagiarism.
Articles are the results of quantitative, qualitative, or library research studies that have never been published online or offline.
The theme of the article is authentic, has rationality, and answers the problems surrounding the latest languages and literature.
Research themes include study; 1). Arabic Linguistics (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, anthropolinguistics, philology, stylistics, language philosophy, semiotics, language teaching, lexicography, translation and pragmatics). 2). Arabic Literature (Classical Literature, Modern Literature, Oral Literature, Literary Literature, Children's Literature, Comparative Literature, Literary Critics, Psychological Literature, and Sociological Literature). 3) Arabic Learning (Teaching and Learning, Language and Assessment, Language Instructional Materials, Curriculum Design and Development, Applied Linguistics on Arabic Fields, Arabic Language Acquisition.
The language focus published in this journal are Arabic, English, or Indonesian.
The entire writing of the article body consists of title, author, affiliation, e-mail address, abstract, keywords, introduction, methods, discussion, conclusions, and bibliography.
The entire article of the article body consists of about 3500-6000 words using Ms. Word; font type Trebuchet MS, size 12. Page Setup; Margin, Top 2, Bottom 2, Left 2, Right 2, and Paper Size A4 with spaces adjusted to each sub-article body.
If the writing is in Arabic, then the typeface is Arabic Typesetting (22) with a single space for the entire writing in the body of the article.
Use Arabic-Latin Transliteration if there are Arabic writings those must be written in latin. The guidelines of Arabic-Latin transliteration can be accessed in the Arabic-Latin Transliteration.
Use reference manager applications Mendeley in the text and bibliography.
Use APA for quotations in the text and reference list (Angeli et al, 2010). For quotations in the text, use the author's name and year (Author, 1980), and if there is a direct quote, then provide the page number ”(Author, 2010: 24). If you cite more than one reference, enter the alphabetical order (Alpha, 2008; Beta, 1999). For references with up to five authors, use all names in the first instance (Author1, Author2, Author3, Author4 & Author5, 2007), and then use the first author et al. subsequently (Author1 et al., 2007). Don't use footnotes.