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A Teacher's Guide to Imperialism: A History in Documents by Louise Forsyth

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Kraków: Universitas. P. (1973) Introducing Applied Linguistics. London: Penguin. Crystal, D. (1980) A First Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. , Burt, M. and Krashen, S. (1982) Language Two. New York: Oxford University Press. Kellerman, E. (1983) Now you see it, now you don’t. In S. Gass and L. Selinker (eds) Language Transfer in Language Learning. Rowley, MA: Newbury House Publishers. D. (1983) Newmark’s ‘Ignorance Hypothesis’ and current second language acquisition theory.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Odlin, T. (1990) Word order transfer, metalinguistic awareness, and constraints on foreign language learning. In B. F. Lee (eds) Second Language Acquisition/Foreign Language Learning (pp. 95–117). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. Odlin, T. (1991) Irish English idioms and language transfer. English World-Wide 12, 175–93. Odlin, T. (1992) Transferablility and linguistic substrates. Second Language Research 8, 171–202. Odlin, T. (1997) Bilingualism and substrate influence: A look at clefts and reflexives.

Formal versus Functional Criteria in Transfer The formal similarity of the cleft patterns in Swedish and English no doubt strengthens the conviction of learners that they are using a transferable construction. However, the factors promoting transfer are also communicative. The meaning of the English sentence was quite similar to the Swedish cleft, with both focusing on who it was that stole the bread. The issue of focus constructions illustrates a more general problem for any viable theory of transferability: the relative importance of formal versus functional similarity.

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