Second Language Acquisition
In the age of the global village and the world wide web, understanding the way in which people learn languages is of ever increasing importance. This book makes the essentials of this rapidly expanding area of study accessible to readers encountering it for the first time.
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ability accessibility hierarchy acculturation model adverb Applied Linguistics aspects of interlanguage behaviourist Booker prize Chapter classroom cognitive communication strategies competence consciousness construct context continuum developmental discourse effect errors evidence explain explicit knowledge foreigner talk form-focused instruction function grammatical features grammatical structures guage help learners identify interaction interlanguage development involved kind Krashen L2 acquisition L2 knowledge L2 learning Language Acquisition Device language aptitude Language Transfer learner language learners acquire learners learn learners of English learning an L2 learning strategies markedness mentalist MERRILL SWAIN motivation native speakers native-speaker negative Newbury House output past tense form perform positive pronoun provides psycholinguistic referred relative clauses requests result role rules Schmidt Schumann Second Language Acquisition second language learning Selinker sentence sequence of acquisition Social identity speech stage of development STEPHEN KRASHEN suggests target language teachers Text tion transfer types Universal Grammar verb word