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This book "Teaching Morphosyntactic Features of English" is the outcome of my experience in teaching English as a Second Language for many years. In every day usage, grammar evokes ideas about 'correctness' of language elements. This view of grammar involves many value judgments about acceptability of certain utterances. In order to learn a language, one should internalize the grammatical pattern exiting in all linguistic levels of that language. Most of the scholars in the fields of language learning and teaching assert that, when confronted with difficult grammatical forms, learners often…mehr

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This book "Teaching Morphosyntactic Features of English" is the outcome of my experience in teaching English as a Second Language for many years. In every day usage, grammar evokes ideas about 'correctness' of language elements. This view of grammar involves many value judgments about acceptability of certain utterances. In order to learn a language, one should internalize the grammatical pattern exiting in all linguistic levels of that language. Most of the scholars in the fields of language learning and teaching assert that, when confronted with difficult grammatical forms, learners often conduct an L1 - L2 comparison and this comparison is implicit, it may result in the formation of wrong rules due to an incomplete L2 knowledge. A learner's thorough acquaintance with his or her native language may somehow inhibit his or her capability to familiarize with the elements of a second language during the course of learning process of L2. The author therefore tries to unearth some of the grammatical problems in relation to morphosyntactic features encountered by the students and thereby tries to better the teaching and learning situations of the English language.
Autorenporträt
Kiddinapillai Sanmuganathan is a senior lecturer in English Language Teaching at the University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka. His interests are English Language Teaching (ELT), studies on language contact phenomena in bi/multilingual context, sociolinguistics, writing lesson materials and teacher training.