Md. Sayeed Anwar

মোঃ সাঈদ আনোয়ার

Assistant Professor

  •  Room No:  Ground floor, East Block, Administration Building
  •  Phone:   880-1728427325
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Md. Sayeed Anwar is an Assistant Professor of English in the Department of Humanities. He obtained his MA in Applied Linguistics and ELT from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. He is interested in Phonetic and Phonological research along with the issues of Applied Linguistics. He has contributed to several academic journals with his published works.


Field of Research
  •  Linguistics
  •  Applied Linguistics
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  •  First Joined: 09th Sep, 2015
  •      Dept. of Humanities



Book / Book Chapter
Journal Articles
Conference Papers
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1 Anwar, M.S., Kamal, S. M., & Islam, M. J. Perception of L2 English Tense/lax Distinction: Insights from Bangla Speakers 2nd TESOL BD International Conference, held in International Mother Language Institute 2024 Conference
2 Masum, A. A., Anwar, M.S., & Islam, M. J. Cue Preference in L2 Vowel Learning: A Machine Learning Investigation 2nd TESOL BD International Conference, held in International Mother Language Institute 2024 Conference
3 Islam, M. J., Masum, A. A., & Anwar, M. S. The Role of Temporal and Spectral Cues in Non-native Speech Production: Bangla Speakers’ L2 English Tense and Lax Vowels Crossings: A Journal of English Studies, 14, 130–153. 2023 Journal
4 Masum, A. A., Islam, M. J. & Anwar, M. S. Exploring the Phonetic and Phonological Properties of Fricatives in the Chapai Dialect of Bangla IML International Conference, University of Chittagong 2023 Conference
5 Anwar, M. S., Masum, A. A. & Islam, M. J. Importance of Temporal and Spectral Cues in L2 English by Arabic, Hindi, and Vietnamese Speakers IML National Conference, University of Dhaka 2023 Conference
6 Anwar, M.S. Maugham’s “The Ant and the Grasshopper”: The Concept of Success Revisited IDEAS: A Journal of Literature Arts and Culture, Vol. 7, P. 55-62 2021 Journal
7 Anwar, M.S. ESP Learners' Learning Style Preferences: A Study on Bangladeshi Engineering Students Harvest: Jahangirnagar University Studies in Language and Literature, Vol. 33, P. 07-19 2018 Journal
8 Anwar, M.S. ESL/EFL Learners’ Poor Performance in English: The Factors Journal of Asian and African Social Science and Humanities, Vol. 3 (1), P. 18-26 2017 Journal
9 Anwar, M.S. Learners' Attitudes towards ESP Courses: The Case in RUET Rabindra Journal, Vol. 51 (1), P. 130-136. 2017 Journal
  •  Member, Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA)
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Activity Description
Member, Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) ID 3543