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When Words Don’t Come Easy - An Investigation Of Factors Involved In The Acquisition Of English As A Third Language In Denmark And Greenland
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When Words Don’t Come Easy - An Investigation Of Factors Involved In The Acquisition Of English As A Third Language In Denmark And Greenland
Author: McCuiston, Camilla; Spellerberg, Stine
Publication date: Jan-2006
Number of pages: 450
Format / Quality: PDF
Size: 6.29 Mb
Through analyses of data obtained through a questionnaire and and English test administered to pupils in their last years of compulsory schooling in Copenhagen, Denmark (N=91) and Nuuk, Greenland (N=96), this thesis deals with the acquisition of English as a third language. The overall conclusion is that the following factors are influential to the acquisition of English as a third language: literacy skills in the first and second language, metalinguistic knowledge, motivation and exposure to English outside the formal language learning context.

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