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Basics of Language for Language Learners

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Basics of Language for Language Learners
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Publisher: Ohio State University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0814211208
ISBN-13: 9780814211205
Number of pages: 240

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Learning a language involves so much more than just rote memorization of rules. This book systematically explores all the aspects of language central to second language learning: the sounds of language, the different grammatical structures, the social functions of communication, and the psychology of language learning and use.

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