Contemporary approaches to second language acquisition in social context: crosslinguistic perspectives
The new research contained in twelve chapters emphasizes the area of social context and second language acquisition. We now have a better understanding of the total process of acquisition from multiple perspectives: cognitive, linguistic, and social. A wide variety of target and source languages are examined, including French and American native speakers of English, English-speaking children acquiring Irish, Chinese acquiring Hungarian, Moroccan acquiring Dutch, and Dutch learners acquiring French. The editor teaches at University College, Dublin.
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Chinese speakers of Hungarian
The Naionra experience
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