The evaluation of "English textbook 2" taught in Iranian high schools from teachers' perspectives

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Ahour, T., Towhidiyan, B., & Saeidi, M. (2014). The evaluation of “English textbook 2” taught in Iranian high schools from teachers’ perspectives. English Language Teaching, 7(3), 150–158.

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