Journal of Contemporary Language Research or JCLR (ISSN: 2980-8065) is a reviewed quarterly publication concerned with different aspects of applied linguistics, language teaching and testing, and translation. JCLR is a venue for studies that demonstrate sound research methods and a theoretical base with a visible practical application which can be generalized. The scope of JCLR includes the following fields: Teaching English as a second or foreign language, English language teachers’ training and education, Language teaching methodologies, Pedagogical techniques, Classroom-centered research, Cross-cultural studies, Testing and evaluation, Applied linguistics, Language and culture. The DOI prefix code of the journal is 10.58803/JCLR. 

JCLR publishes articles quarterly in March, June, September, and December.


Journal Name: Journal of Contemporary Language Research

Journal Initials: JCLR

Journal Abbreviation: J. Contemp. Lang. Res.

ISSN: 2980-8065

Publisher: Rovedar

DOI Prefix: 10.58803/JCLR

Frequency: Quarterly

Accepted articles published for free: 100%


Journal Statistics

Average time to preliminary assessment: 7 days

Average time to review: 28 days

Average time to publish: 35 days

Submissions: 30

Accepted articles: 20

Acceptance rate: 66%

Accepted Articles Published for Free: 100%

Vol. 3 No. 2 (2024): Journal of Contemporary Language Research

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