No published L2 research has attempted an in-depth theoretical and empirical treatment of both acquisition and teaching subject matters in one single work. This work helps bridge the gap between acquisition theory and language pedagogy research, benefitting not just language learners but language teachers around the world, and all those who would like to witness a collaboration between second language acquisition theory and second language teaching practice in general.
ACQUISITION OF BE BY CANTONESE ESL LEARNERS IN HONG KONG AND ITS PEDAGOGICAL IMPLICATIONS
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