نتایج جستجو برای Second Language Acquisition

تعداد نتایج: 841921  

Mohammad Hashamdar, Poone Abbasi Mesrabadi,

Learning a new language also involves learning a broad system of norms for social relations.This study broadly showed how EFL learners’ speech act is conveyed from their nativecultures when they are communicating in English and demonstrated that there are somepossibilities of cross-cultural misunderstanding when interlocutors are engaged in the speechact of complimenting with native speakers of...

Hassan Soleimani, سیدمحمد علوی,

Epistemologically speaking, second language acquisition research (SLAR) might be reconsidered from a complex dynamical system view with interconnected aspects in the ecosystem of language acquisition. The present paper attempts to introduce the tenets of complex system theory and its application in SLAR. It has been suggested that the present dominant traditions in language acquisition research...

2008
F. C. Donders,

Speaking a second language (L2) means having acquired a new inventory of phonemes (speech sounds), new words, and new inflectional and syntactic rules. Because this new knowledge must be stored somewhere in the brain, it does not require neuroimaging experiments to conclude that a bilingual speaker’s brain must be in some way different from that of a monolingual speaker. The question is rather:...

Intake  is  a  concept  that  has  long  fascinated  second  language  researchers  as  it  provides  a window  onto  the  crucial  intermediary  stage  between  input  and  acquisition.  A  better understanding of this intermediary  stage can  help us to distinguish between input that  is used for immediate (e.g. communicative) purposes only and input that is drawn on for learning. This articl...

ژورنال: Hormozgan Medical Journal 2016
Piroozan, Afsson, Fazeli, Ramin , Rezaei, Parvin ,

Introduction: Study of bilingualism will enhance the understanding of the cognitive and neural mechanisms responsible for learning. Cognitive correlates of bilingualism such as enhancement of attention control, problem solving and working memory would be worth studying especially among young children to improve their future performances. Among the wide range of advantages of bilingualism, worki...

2011
Matthew Arnold,

Traditional methods of learning a second language are often difficult, frustrating, and time-consuming. Typical classroom strategies employ memorization and drills which are often intimidating and frequently ineffective. Communication among people in an ever increasingly connected world with a vast array of languages utilized is vital for so many parts of society. The goal of our research is to...

1993
Jens Allwood,

One of the key questions concerning language acquisition is the question of how one can learn a new language while simultaneously being forced to communicate in that language. This is the situation which has probably always been the lot of the majority of children and adults acquiring a new language. It is the situation faced by the adults whose language acquisition we are examining in these vo...

2000
Sun-Ah Jun, Mira Oh,

Foreign accents in second language (L2) production are caused by interference from the phonological system and phonetic realization of the speaker’s first language (L1), including both segmental and prosodic features. This paper examines the intonation structure of Seoul Korean and its realization by American English speakers. Four English speakers of Korean, differing in fluency, and two Korea...

پایان نامه :وزارت علوم، تحقیقات و فناوری - دانشگاه اصفهان - دانشکده زبانهای خارجی 1390

این تحقیق از دو قسمت اصلی تشکیل شده است: در قسمت اول فراگیری ختمیت به ویژه درک و تولید اینگونه جملات توسط فراگیران ایرانی زبان انگلیسی مورد بررسی قرار گرفته است. قضاوت تعدادی انگلیسی زبان بر روی این جملات نیز هدفی دیگر بود که در این رساله بررسی شده است. از موضوعات دیگر تفاوت بین نشانه های ختمیت در زبان انگلیسی و فارسی و تاثیر زبان اول فراگیران در درک و تولید اینگونه جملات است. در قسمت دوم استفا...

Journal: :the international journal of humanities 2011
goudarz alibakhshi, ali kazemi,

second-language (l2) acquisition is generally thought to be constrained by maturational factors that circumscribe a critical period for native-like attainment. consistent with the maturational view are age effects among learners who begin l2 acquisition prior to, but not after, closure of the putative critical period. some studies indicate that native-like acquisition of a second language by le...

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