In our previous mini-article entitled Language Acquisition vs. Language Learning we mentioned an important distinction in the way in which children acquire.
This week a new paper was published in the journal Cognition titled “A Critical Period for Second Language Acquisition” that used a new, viral.
Language acquisition by adults is language learning--a deliberate, painstaking, intellectual process that rarely, if ever, results in the total native fluency acquired.
PDF | This review article selects and elaborates on the important issues of adult second language acquisition research in the second decade of the twenty-first.