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Universal Grammar in Second-Language Acquisition : A History - Margaret Thomas

Universal Grammar in Second-Language Acquisition

A History

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This book addresses the tradition of ahistoricity within the field of second language (L2) acquisition theory. The author shows that L2 theory has a long and fruitful past within western linguistics and that notions of universal grammar have for some time shaped, and been shaped by, people's understanding of L2 learning.

Ancient Greece and Rome -- Languages and language learning from late antiquity to the Carolingian renaissance -- The Middle Ages -- From discovery of the particular to seventeenth-century universal languages -- General grammar through the nineteenth century -- Conceptualization of universal grammar and second language learning in the twentieth century.

ISBN: 9780203416396
ISBN-10: 0203416392
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 15th April 2004