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和訳お願いします(>_<) Is there plenty of time available for language learning to take place, plenty of contact with proficient speakers of the language? Does the learner receive corrective feedback when he or she uses the wrong word, or does the listener usually try to guess the intended meaning? お願いします(>_<)


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言語学習が行われるのに利用できる十分な時間があるか、その言語を堪能に話す話者との十分な接触があるか? 学習者が間違った語を用いた時訂正してくれる返答を受けることができるか、あるいは聞き手は常に意図された意味を推測しようと努力するか?




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行われることを学ぶ言語に空いている多くの時間、言語の堪能なスピーカーとの多くの接触がありますか? その人が間違った単語を使用するとき、学習者が調整策のフィードバックを受けようとしますか、または通常、リスナーは意図している意味を推測しようとしますか? サイトを使ったらこうなりました。 内容は何となくつかめますね。 笑



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