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Learning Second Language with Less Negative Feedback
Learning a second language could cause many problems, which could sometimes end up refusing to learn that certain language. This phenomenon could be called as 'fossilization.' In order to avoid such effect, applying Chomsky's theory may be suitable to alleviate the problem when learning a second language.
<Tab/>Chomsky (1959) suggested that when children speak, many of what they say is incorrect. Parents or other people around them, however, do not correct the grammar, but instead, correct the meaning of the sentence. In this way, "children do not receive enough negative…
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