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왜 문법규칙은 배우고 익혀도 사용하기 어려운가?
Why are grammar rules hard to use, even when they are learned and practiced?

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Authors
양현권
Issue Date
2012
Publisher
서울대학교 외국어교육연구소
Citation
외국어교육연구, Vol.15, pp. 121-135
Keywords
foreign language teachinggrammar learninggrammatical morphemeinflectional syntaxinterlanguage syntaxthird person singular present
Abstract
It is well-known that grammar rules learned in class are hard to use in communication. This paper explores an answer to this puzzle, focusing on the so-called third person singular present -(e)s in English. Observing that the core nature of the hard-to-use rules is best described in terms of 'form', rather than 'meaning' and 'use', the paper shows that the formal descriptions of the grammar rules presented to learners do not correctly represent the syntactic nature of the linguistic phenomena concerned. It proposes that an essential prerequisite for more efficient and systematic grammar teaching and learning is a comprehensive understanding of the linguistic nature of grammar categories and items to be taught to learners.
ISSN
1229-5892
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/95885
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College of Education (사범대학)Foreign Language Education Research Institute (외국어교육연구소)외국어교육연구 (Foreign Language Education Research)외국어교육연구 (Foreign Language Education Research) vol.15 (2012)
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