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GENERAL INTRODUCTION AND THEORY
HOW WE LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
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alternatives answer sheet auditory comprehension cent choices coefficient contain the problems context contrast correlation culture difficulty distractor effect elements elicit English examiner reads example factor foreign language tests formal tests function word give given goal language grammatical structure hear individual instructions intonation J. P. Guilford language aptitude learning problems letters lexical units linguistic list of problems listening material matter meaning minimal pairs missed morphemes native language native speakers normal norms number of items partial production techniques particular patterns phrases pitch possible prepare preterite prob production test pronunciation question raw score recognition reliability represent require response right answer sample segmental phonemes sequence signals sound segments Spanish speaker speaking specific spelling standard deviation standard scores stimulus syllable symbols teacher teaching techniques to test tences test items test production tion translation understand utterance valid variations verbal vocabulary vowel Write the numbers