The Concept of L2 User and the goals of Second Language Learning

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Willy Juanggo;

It is generally considered that knowing one language is not enough in this era. People need to learn a second language in addition to their mother tongue to meet the demand of today’s life as many of them are becoming a part of multilingual society as well as to face th... View more
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