Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Language Teaching (JLLLT) <p>Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Language Teaching (JLLLT) [e-ISSN: <a href="">2827-8518</a>] is a double-blind peer-reviewed, published biannual on January-June, July- December. It is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers, practitioners and researchers in the field of languages. Although articles are written in English, the journal welcomes studies dealing with other than English as well.</p> Asosiasi Dosen Perguruan Tinggi Islam en-US Journal of Linguistics, Literature, and Language Teaching (JLLLT) 2827-8518 Cross-Cultural Understanding in Learning English at IAIN Takengon Students <table> <tbody> <tr> <td> <p>Culture is the identity of a country, and as a differentiator between one country and another, the purpose of studying cross-cultural understanding is to understand the differences between cultures in other countries so that there will be no misunderstanding of the culture of one country and another. Therefore, it is essential for students, especially English students. This research is descriptive quantitative research with interviews and observations. The results show that the understanding of the 6th-semester students of the English study program about cross-cultural and language is excellent. In observations and interviews, students understand the cultural rules inherent in other countries, the concept of discipline and respecting time in other countries, and how to respect one's privacy. And students understand the relationship between language and culture.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> Vera Ramayana Hartini Erfi Nurzannah Muhammad Hasyimsyah Batubara Mukhlis Lbs Copyright (c) 2022 Vera Ramayana, Hartini Erfi Nurzannah, Muhammad Hasyimsyah Batubara, Mukhlis Lbs 2022-08-27 2022-08-27 2 1 1 5 10.37249/jlllt.v2i1.368 Cambodian High School Students' Motivation in Learning English: One-Way ANOVA Analysis <p>English has become a world language. It has been used formally as the first, second, or third language in many countries worldwide. Therefore, for decades, English language learning and teaching have become the focus for educators, teachers, students, and all other concerned sponsors. There are different contributions to the success of English language learning and teaching. Motivation is one of the most important components that push students to succeed in learning English. The current study employed a quantitative design, analyzing the existing data of 265 Cambodian high school students to explore if there were significantly different motivation levels in learning English according to their grades and age ranges. The results prove that there were no significant differences across the students' grades and age ranges of motivation in learning English. Finally, a future study using different designs at other educational institutions or with a bigger sample size was suggested.</p> Sereyrath Em Nel Nun Copyright (c) 2022 Sereyrath Em, Nel Nun 2022-12-06 2022-12-06 2 1 6 11 10.37249/jlllt.v2i1.451