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Cross-Linguistic Similarity in Foreign Language Learning (Second Language Acquisition)

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Published by Multilingual Matters Limited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language acquisition,
  • Language learning: specific skills,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Language and languages,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language,
  • Linguistics,
  • Similarity (Language learning)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8980236M
    ISBN 101853599344
    ISBN 109781853599347


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This book explores the importance of cross-linguistic similarity in foreign language learning. Similarities can be perceived in the form of simplified one-to-one relationships or merely assumed.

The book outlines the different roles of L1 transfer on comprehension and on production, and on close and distant target languages. The main objective of Ringbom's book Cross-linguistic Similarity in Foreign Language Learning is to explore the multiple aspects of cross-linguistic similarities and how learners use them in the Author: Christine Shea.

This book explores the importance of cross-linguistic similarity in foreign language learning. While linguists have primarily focussed upon differences between languages, learners strive to make Author: Håkan Ringbom.

Cross-linguistic similarity in foreign language learning. Ringbom, Hakan. Multilingual Matters Ltd. pages $ Paperback Second language acquisition; 21 P53 While much research on second language acquisition has focused mainly.

‎This book explores the importance of cross-linguistic similarity in foreign language learning. While linguists have primarily focussed upon differences between languages, learners strive to make use of any similarities to prior linguistic knowledge they can perceive.

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The Importance of Cross‐Linguistic Similarity in Foreign Language Learning. Håkan Ringbom. emeritus professor. Åbo Akademi University, Turku/Åbo, Finland Center for the Advanced Study of Language, University of Maryland, USA.

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While Pages: Nambiar, R. Cross linguistic transfer between L1 and L2 texts: learning strategies used by bilingual Malay tertiary learners. European Journal of Social Sciences, 7(3), Nation, P. The role of the first language in foreign language learning. Asian EFL Journal, 5(2), Author: Azim Javadi Safa.

Learning another language seems like an impossible task to many, but it doesn't have to be that way. We like to think of learning a language as a journey or an adventure, where you follow clues and progress one step at a time toward your book provides 50 language "mini Author: Shane Dixon.

This chapter is an overview of the study of lexical cross-linguistic influence (CLI) in oral production at different stages of third language development.

The character of CLI in the developing vocabulary is illustrated with data from learners of French and Italian as foreign languages in Sweden. Different types of formal vs. meaning-based CLI are displayed and discussed in.

The Role of Cross-Linguistic Formal Similarity in Hungarian-German Bilingual Learners of English as a Foreign Language Dissertation zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades Doktor der Philosophie (Dr.

phil.) im Fachgebiet Angewandte Sprachwissenschaft / Anglistikund Amerikanistik Eingereicht an der Philosophischen Fakult at der¨ Universit at. of cross-linguistic similarity in foreign language learning, including the Japa-nese EFL context.

After referencing im-portant transfer studies generally and in his native Finland, Ringbom concludes that English-based loanwords in Japa-nese likely constitute a great resource and he advises teachers to exploit this resource. Cross-linguistic Similarity in Foreign Language Learning Hakan Ringbom This book explores the importance of cross-linguistic similarity in foreign language learning.

Similarities can be perceived in the form of simplified one-to-one relationships or merely assumed. The book outlines the different roles of L1 transfer on comprehension and on.

The author shows how similarities and differences between languages can influence grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation e Odlin reconsiders a question that many language teachers and educational researchers have addressed: How much influence can a learner's native language have in making the acquisition of a new language easy or difficult?Cited by:   The results indicate that the proficiency and typology factors are decisive for CLI here too, but in slightly different ways as compared to the first case.

Italian L1 is used for both code-switches and word construction attempts, suggesting that a high-proficiency language may well be activated for both purposes, if it is similar enough to the Cited by: 2.

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Chapter 6: Sequences and Processes in Language Learning. Learner Language or Interlanguage. Sequences in Language Learning. Processes. Sequences, Processes, and Instruction: Five Generalizations and a Coda.

Note. References. Chapter 7: The Importance of Cross-Linguistic Similarity in Foreign Language Learning. Actual, Perceived, and Assumed. Second Language Acquisition: Cross-Linguistic Similarity in Foreign Langauge Learning by Hakan Ringbom Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Author: Hakan Ringbom.

Abstract. The presented study investigates interlingual identifications (Weinreich (Languages in Contact, ); Ringbom (The importance of cross-linguistic similarity in foreign language learning: comprehension, learning and production, )) as a specific form of linguistic transfer in language by: 1.

Language: English ISBN:,and Format: Book Copies At: Bloomington. Our findings suggest that in the case of reported speech production in the examined bilingual groups, cross-linguistic syntactic differences by themselves suffice to induce language interference, and that the degree of similarity between the L1 and the L2 does not seem to modulate the magnitude of this by: 1.

Principles & Practice in Language Learning - Chapter 9: Cross-Linguistic Influence 1. Chapter 9 Cross-linguistic Influence (CLI) & Learner Language (pp. ) By: Sudheep Ramasamy (GS ) Shyamini Sivanesan (GS ) Katpagam Murugan (GS ) Brown, D. Part III Psycholinguistic Underpinnings of Language Learning.

5 The Language-Learning Brain (Alan Beretta). 6 Sequences and Processes in Language Learning (Lourdes Ortega). 7 The Importance of Cross-Linguistic Similarity in Foreign Language Learning (Hakan. Review of Håkan Ringbom () Cross-linguistic Similarity in Foreign Language Learning.

Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 30(3), Han, Z-H. This article addresses multilingual students’ lexical retrieval in L3 French at the university level. The aim was to study how Finnish L3 learners construct the meaning of cognate words that induce a high probability of cross-linguistic or intra-linguistic influence.

The task was to orally translate 40 French words into L1 words (Finnish). Read "Cross-linguistic Influences in the Second Language Lexicon" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This volume contains a selection of papers analyzing language transfer, a phenomenon which results from language contact Brand: Channel View Publications.

Cross-linguistic similarity in foreign language learning (Second Language Acquisition 21). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. Google Scholar. Rothman, Jason. L3 syntactic transfer selectivity and typological determinacy: The typological primacy model.

Second Language Research 27(1). –Cited by: 3. How much influence can a learner's native language have in making the acquisition of a new language easy or difficult. The effect a native language can have on acquiring second language skills is examined in this study of how linguistic transference can influence the learning of grammar, vocabulary and punctuation/5(7).

In the L2 familiarity study we observed language transfer effects that resulted in English cognates receiving higher familiarity ratings than noncognates, which is likely due to the effect of cross-linguistic similarity.

This further stresses the important role of cross-linguistic similarity in offline, as well as online, by: 6.