ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN ITALIAN MOUTH di Daniela Cirino
This brief essay – concerning second language acquisition (SLA) research – represents a fascinating linguistic trip: the author illustrates an interesting aspect of her experience as an Italian speaker learning English language in natural context, i.e. in the U.K.
Key concepts such as interlanguage (IL) and communicative strategies permeate the essay.
By analysing some conversations of hers with a native speaker, Janet, the author shows how her interlanguage worked at those early stages of development, and illustrates the communicative strategies – regarding all linguistic analysis-levels – used for coping with difficulties emerging from the insufficiency of her linguistic means in comparison with her communicative purposes.
The essay is meant to be challenging and useful for all who like asking themselves questions on how second languages are learned.
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- Pagine: 32
- Anno: 2006
- Collana: lingue in movimento
- Lingua: inglese
- Prezzo: € 3,00