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Interlanguage fossilization

Interlanguage fossilization is a phenomenon of second language acquisition SLA in which second language learners turn linguistic features that are correct in their first language into permanent errors in the way they speak and write the new language. In other words, they develop and retain their own, personal linguistic system that is self-contained and different from both their first language and the target language. According to Corder [5] this temporary and changing grammatical system , interlanguage, which is constructed by the learner, approximates the grammatical system of the target language. In the process of second language acquisition, interlanguage continually evolves into an ever-closer approximation of the target language, and ideally should advance gradually until it becomes equivalent, or nearly equivalent, to the target language. However, during the second language learning process, an interlanguage may reach one or more temporary restricting phases when its development appears to be detained. Selinker suggests that the most important distinguishing factor related to second language acquisition is the phenomenon of fossilization.

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Interlanguage fossilization is when people learning a second language keep taking rules from their native language and incorrectly applying them to the second language they are learning. In , Selinker showed the concept of "interlanguage fossilization". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has many issues. Please help fix them or discuss these issues on the talk page. This page or section needs to be cleaned up.

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