TKT Module 1: Differences between L1 and L2 learning practice test 4

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A French child will notice that in the language it hears, the adjective normally the noun (un évènement fantastique).
A child in an English-speaking environment will hear, by contrast, 'a fantastic event' (for an -noun language).
Enough exposure will result in the knowledge becoming permanently .
Such hypothesising about language form neatly explains the learning curve. When first acquired, the rule is applied indiscriminately and then it is later amended to account for .
If learners (of whatever age) of a second or language are applying this kind of cognitive -forming behaviour to the language they encounter then concepts such as and the positive role of error in the refinement of language theory in the of learners become even more important.