Contrastive studies: past, present and future
At a setting of the foreign(or second) language education, understanding(dis)similarities between a target language and the students� mother tongue is not only useful for predicting the tendencies of errors that the students may typically make, but the degree of such(dis)similarities(i.e. how far and in what aspects the two language are different each other) would greatly influence the contents and approaches of a curriculum. If a teacher understands such(dis)similarities he/she would be able...[Show more]
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