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Investigating the Types and Effect of Oral Corrective Feedback Given to Students in Fujairah
There has been a shift in the attitudes towards the errors that language learners make. Previously they were indicators of sin or failure, however presently researchers recommend that "errors [should be] viewed as an ...
Interlanguage Morphophonology: Can Persistent Errors be Overcome?
EFL speakers need clear and intelligible speech to make their communication more successful. Good pronunciation is essential for speakers to communicate their ideas and understand others easily. Whether second language ...
Explicit Vocabulary Learning Through Technology
Functional language proficiency requires mastery of a large number of words. It is therefore necessary for L2 learners to learn a large vocabulary in a short period of time. In classroom contexts, there appears to be no ...