The vocabulary performance of native and non-native speakers and its relationship to learning style.
Publisher: Malaysian Journal of ELT Research
One of the ways in which non-native speakers differ from native speakers is that the former tend to be more unpredictable in their use of vocabulary. This study explores how the learning style of second language learners may be associated with this variability. The part... View more
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