Acquisition of L2 English morphology: A family case study
This study investigates the status of morphology in the L2 English of three members of a familyfrom Indonesia (parents and their 5-year-old daughter) who have lived, studied or worked in Australia for a year. The investigation is contextualized against various learning settings in which the informants have learned English: Formal instruction in the foreign language environment, naturalistic learning in the target language setting, and a mixture of formal and naturalistic learning in the target...[Show more]
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