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1.L2 material that the learner can acquire in interaction (2 Words)
4.the children will use multi-unit mor-phemes yet still leave out functional and grammatical words. (2 Words)
7.A barrier to acquisition resulting from negative feelings or experiences (2 Words)
10.Language learning method where functions of the language where emphasized rather than its forms (2 Words)
14.Language disorder which results in difficulties in auditory comprehension (2 Words)
17.The ability to use L2 appropriately (2 Words)
19.Language learning method which instructs students in grammar, and provides vocabulary with direct translations to memorize (2 Words)
22.A speech disorder characterized by a substantially reduced amount of speech, distorted articulation and slow often effortful speech (2 Words)
24.The ability to use L2 accurately (2 Words)
25.Learners' vocabularies increase to around 3000 words during this stage, and they can communicate using simple questions and phrases. They may often make grammatical errors. The stage after speech emergence is intermediate fluency. (3 Words)
27.Stage in L2 learning where learners are able to speak in short phrases of one or two words.They can also memorize chunks of language, although they may make mistakes when using them. Learners typically have both an active and receptive vocabulary of around 1000 words. (3 Words)
30.babies are not yet speaking their first words, they are learning to pay attention to sounds and they can recognize the distinc-tive phonemes of the language the language they have been hearing. (2 Words)
31.The stage when a child could produce fricatives and nasals. it could be the stage where recognizable patterns to the consonant and vowel combinations are produced (2 Words)
33.this phenomenon hypothesizes that children learning a second language are more likely to achieve native-like fluency than adults and does not progress any further,
34.. Stage in L2 learning which is known as the silent period. Learners at this stage have a receptive vocabulary of up to 500 words, but they do not yet speak their second language (2 Words)
35.The stage when a child could speak velar consonants like K and G (2 Words)
36.refers to any language learned in addition to a person's first language (2 Words)
37.Gradual development of ability in a language by using it naturally in communicative events
2.This hypothesis states that there is only a small window of time for a first language to be natively acquired. If a child is denied language input, she will not acquire language (4 Words)
3.At this L2 learning stage, learners have a vocabulary of around 6000 words, and can use more complicated sentence structures. They are also able to share their thoughts and opinions (3 Words)
5.Learners use a highly simplified form of language, similar to speech by children or in pidgins. This may be related to linguistic universals.
6.The ability to use L2 flexibly (2 Words)
7.An emotional reaction in Language acquisition occssioned by dull textbooks, unpleasant sorroundings or exhausting schedules etc.
8.a complex phenomenon resulting from interaction between learners’ prior linguistic knowledge, the target-language input they encounter, and their cognitive processes (2 Words)
9.The child vocabulary moves beyond fifty distinct words (3 Words)
11.he learning is based on repetition of dialogues and phrases about every day situations. These phrases are imitated, repeated, and drilled to make the response automatic. Reading and writing are both reinforcements of what the learner practices. (2 Words)
12.Language that the learner is exposed to
13.The child beings to speak individual words. (2 Words)
15.The feeling where the word is eluding you (5 Words)
16.L2 learning stage which is typically reached somewhere between five and ten years of learning the language. Learners at this stage can function at a level close to native speakers (3 Words)
18.Activity meant not to know the L2 but to develop communicative competence in the L2 (3 Words)
20.A slip of the tongue which results in tangled expressions
21.Learners use rules from the second language in a way that native speakers would not. For example, a learner may say "I goed home", overgeneralizing the English rule of adding -ed to create past tense verb forms.
23.It views that our linguistic abilities have identifiable locations in the brain (2 Words)
26.The human infant is helped in his/her language acquisition by the typical behaviour of adults in the hime environment (2 Words)
28.A conscious process of accumulating knowledge of the vocabulary and grammar of a language
29.Near-misses for words with great comic effect
32.Impairment of language function

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