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Language Learning and the "Weak" Advanced Student

Language Learning Journal Volume 12, ISSN 0957-1736


Discusses the dichotomy between traditional expectations of advanced courses and the actual capabilities of many of the present generation of language students. One result of this dichotomy has been the disappearance of medieval and philological studies from the teaching programs of most modern- language degree schemes in the United Kingdom. (CK)


Bushell, A. (1995). Language Learning and the "Weak" Advanced Student. Language Learning Journal, 12, 38-39. Retrieved September 16, 2019 from .

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