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Learning New Languages. A Guide to Second Language Acquisition

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Learning New Languages: A Guide to Second Language Acquisition explores a wide range of issues that influence how a person learns a second language. This title can be used as a professional reference title by foreign language and ESL professionals or by students of a second language. By using P. L. A. C. E. as an acronym (People, Language, Attention, Cognition and Emotion) this book offers an accessible way to examine both the practical and theoretical sides of each issue.

Издательство: "National Geographic Society" (2001)

ISBN: 978-0-8384-6677-3

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