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Writing Complexity, Accuracy, and Fluency among EFL Learners: Inspecting Their Interaction with Learners' Degree of Creativity
Theory and Practice in Language Studies
Based on the peculiarities of developing second language (L2) writing among English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners and the significance of studying the way writing skill interacts with EFL learners' internal factors, the present study attempted to inspect the relationship between EFL learners' creativity, on one hand, and writing complexity, writing accuracy, and writing fluency, on the other hand. The participants of the study were 185 male and female adult Iranian EFL learners (Mage =doi:10.17507/tpls.0605.19 fatcat:ozina4s425enlacwupgstztcpe