Raeda Mofid Ammari is an Assistant Professor of English and Linguistics at the Amman Arab University. I taught English for 23 years in various institutes. I received my PhD degree in Linguistics from the University of Jordan (2018). Particular research interests center on corpus linguistics, phonetics and sociolinguistics. I finished my PhD thesis about English Catenative verbs usage. I compared the native corpora: American (COCA) and British (BNC), and non-native the International Corpus Network of Asian Learners of English (ICNALE) users to seek the similarities and differences in learning these verbs. I published several papers such as: The teachers’ perspective in distance learning during COVID-19 and the second is the psychometric properties of the attitudes scale towards electronic tests among Graduate Students.
I am keenly interested in Linguistics. My particular research interests focus on corpus linguistics, phonetics, and sociolinguistics. Moreover, I like to deliver presentations to empower students learning, character, and motivational speeches.
Introduction to literature
البرنامج التأهيلي في اللغة الانجليزية (للماجستير)
Writing a paragraph
Introduction to Linguistics
Listening and Conversation
Duration Rank Institution Department/Faculty Country
2018 until present lecturer at Amman Arab University / Faculty of Arts and Sciences/English Dep./Jordan
2010 – 2018 lecturer at Al-Ahliyya Amman University /Faculty of Arts and Sciences at the English Dep./Jordan
2002 – 2009 English teacher at Amman Baptist School / the English Department/Jordan
1998– 2001 English teacher at the Latin Patriarchal School / the English Department/Jordan
First year students
Proficiency Test Committee
.Giving several English language workshops for the AAU students as well as the the community