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In a series of studies, Suzanne Flynn (1984; 1987a; 1987b) has proposed a specific theory with regard to Universal Grammar (Chomsky, 1986) and second language learning. The present study, a replication of the methodology and hypotheses in Flynn (1987b), utilizes Arabic-speaking learners of ESL,...
Internationally recognized experts in second language research were asked to provide anecdotes documenting memorable incidents where something had gone awry in their research. The anecdotes proved to emphasize problems of a technical, conceptual, or political nature. Fifteen anecdotes...
There is a considerable amount of recent evidence that stable principles of Universal Grammar (UG) are available to adult second language (L2) learners in structuring their intuitions about the target language grammar. In contrast, however, there is also evidence from the acquisition of word...
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