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This survey study investigated the potential role of Chinese-English syntactic differences in English reading anxiety among 189 Taiwanese university students. With the use of the Foreign Language Reading Anxiety Scale (FLRAS; Saito, Horwitz, & Garza, 1999) and the Survey of Anxiety in Reading Chinese-English syntactic differences (SARCE; a self-designed measure), the study showed that Chinese-English syntactic differences in the passive and relative constructions were a significant factordoi:10.4304/tpls.2.7.1363-1369 fatcat:6nyimedsbfftbookkchlmvik2i