Tahir Saleem

Tahir Saleem

Assistant Professor

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Mr. Tahir has 13 years career as Assistant Professor, teacher and researcher. He received his PhD in Linguistics and Literature from Air University Islamabad. He has been Lecturer cum House Master (BS-17) in English in Army Burn Hall College for Boys Abbottabad, Assistant Professor in the Department of English, University of Lahore. He brings with him outstanding higher education academic and administrative record. Mr. Tahir’s research interest includes Bilingualism, L2 Pragmatics, Descriptive Syntax, and Language Testing. He has presented and participated in various national and international conferences. He has quite vigorously engaged in publishing his research work in the national and international journals. A number of students have completed their M. Phil. under his supervision

PhD Linguistics & Literature Air University Islamabad 2020
M.Phil Applied Linguistics Hazara University Mansehra 2014
MA English Language Teaching & LinguisticsUniversity of the Punjab 2007
MA English Literature University of the Punjab 2005
Assistant Professor University of Central Punjab Till-date
Assistant Professor University of Lahore 3.5
Lecturer (BS-17) Army Burn Hall College for Boys Abbottabad 7
1Azam, S., Saleem., T. (2020). Teaching Pragmatic Competence: A Case of Pragmatic Transfer in Punjabi- speaking University Students Compliment Responses. Erevna: Journal of Linguistics and Literature, 2(2).
2Azam, S., Saleem., T. (2019). Congratulations across Cultures Punjabi and British Speakers. Erevna: Journal of Linguistics and Literature, 2(1).
3Maqsood, B., Saleem, T., Aziz, A., & Azam, S. (2019). Grammatical constraints on the borrowing of nouns and verbs in urdu and english. SAGE Open, 9(2), 2158244019853469.
4Saleem, T., Anjum, U., & Naz, A. (2018). Pragmatic Transfer in Pakistani English Speakers Apology Responses: Impact of Social Power. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 12(2), 74.
5Aziz, A., Maqsood, B., Saleem, T., Azam, S. (2018). The Comparative study of Wh-movement in Urdu and English Language. International Journal of English Linguistics. 8(5).
6Aziz, A., Maqsood, B., Saleem, T., Azam, S. (2018). The investigation of Pragmatic Transfer in the Realization of the speech act of Congratulations by Punjabi EFL Learners. International Journal of English Linguistics, 8(5).
7Saleem, T., Anjum, U. (2018). Positive and negative politeness: A crosscultural study of apology responses by British English and Pakistani Urdu speakers. International Journal of English Linguistics, 8(5).
8Saleem, T., Azam, S., & Servar, Q. (2018). A Lacanian Reading of Kanza Javed's Ashes, Wine, and Dust: The Mourning Subject of Desire. New Horizons, 12(2), 1-94.

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