Foreign language learning: an exploratory study on the external and internal influences affecting success.
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Johnson, Brianne J.
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This study explores the influence that determinants such as age, length of exposure, learning environment, personality, attitude, study habits, personal practice, and personal motivation have on individuals studying a foreign language. Participants provide feedback on their own experiences while learning a foreign language to ascertain which elements are most influential in predicting future success in the areas of oral production, written production, aural comprehension, and reading comprehension.
DepartmentModern Foreign Languages.
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