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dc.contributor.authorBaran Ielyzavetaen
dc.contributor.authorFábián Mártahu
dc.contributor.authorHuszti Ilonahu
dc.contributor.authorBárány Erzsébethu
dc.contributor.authorБарань Єлизаветаuk
dc.contributor.authorФабіян Мартаuk
dc.contributor.authorГусті Ілонаuk
dc.identifier.citationIn Matices en Lenguas Extranjeras. 2010. Diciembre. Numero 4. pp. 1-16.-
dc.description.abstractAbstract. This paper reports the findings of a case study that investigated the reading mistakes or miscues made by young EFL learners. These learners were native speakers of Hungarian or Ukrainian. The hypothesis was that there is a difference between the miscues made by Hungarian and Ukrainian learners when reading aloud in English because of the influence of their first language (Hungarian belongs to the Finno-Ugrian language family, while Ukrainian belongs to the Indo-European one; the two languages have different orthographies — Roman and Cyrillic). The research focused on three types of reading miscues: phonetic, lexical and grammatical. Results show that Hungarian learners made less miscues than Ukrainian ones. This is mainly due to the mother tongue influence on the foreign language.en
dc.publisherUniversidad Nacional de Colombiaen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesNumero 4.-
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States*
dc.subjectreceptive skillsen
dc.titleDeveloping receptive skills in two modern languages: some facilitating and hindering factorsen
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