Alhuqbani, M. N. (2014). Teaching English to Cadets in Police Colleges and Academies in the Cooperation

Council for the Arab States of the Gulf: Theory and Practice. Arab World Journal of English (AWJE), 5

(3), 343-353.

Alhuqbani, M. N. (2014). Teaching English to Saudi Police Cadets: An Evaluation Study. Journal of

Language Teaching and Research, 5 (5), 999-1008.

Alhuqbani, M. N. (2014). An investigation of the English Language Needs, Motivations, and Attitudes of

Saudi Police Cadets. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature. 3 (2), 2200-3452

Alhuqbani, M. N. (2013). Genre-Based Analysis of Arabic Research Article Abstracts across Four

Disciplines. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 3 (3), 371-382

Alhuqbani, M. N. (2013). The English But and Its Equivalent in Standard Arabic: Universality vs.

Locality. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 3 (12), 2157-2168

Alhuqbani, M. N. (2013). Assessing the Academic English Needs of King Fahd Security College Officers:

Implications for the Development of an EAP Program. The Journal of Teaching English to Specific and

Academic Purposes, 1 (2), 143-167.

Alhuqbani, M. N. (Forthcoming, 2014). A Cross-Linguistic and Cultural Analysis of Structure Moves in

Arabic and English Police and Security Research Article Abstracts. Social Science Journal of Imam


Alhuqbani, M., N. (2010). Security Translation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Reality & inspiration.

Proceedings of the third conference on Arabization and Translation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,

SAOLT, pp. 139-177.

Alhuqbani, M., N. (2009). A Study of Saudi Police Officers' Motivations and Attitudes for Learning

English as a Foreign Language. Journal of King Saud Univ., Lang. & Transl, 21,.pp. 31-55

Alhuqbani, M., N.( 2009). The acquisition of English contrastive discourse markers by Arabic-English

speakers, Ayn, 2, 4, 7-53.

Alhuqbani, M., N.(2008). Identifying the English language needs of Saudi police officers. Ayn, 2, 8, 1-43

Alhuqbani, M., N. (2006). Cognitive development of Arabic-English bilingual children: A cross-validation

study of Bialystok’s theory of analysis and control, Research Center, College of Languages and

Translations-King Saud University.

Alhuqbani, M., N. (2005). A survey of the English language needs of police officers in Saudi Arabia.

Proceedings of Imam Muhammad Bin Saud University Conference on Languages and Translations: Realty

and aspiration.