In linguistics, according to J. Richard et al., (), an error is the use of a word, speech act or . Error analysis in SLA was established in the s by Corder and a more wide-ranging approach to learner language, known as interlanguage. Contrastive Analysis, Error Analysis, Interlanguage. 1. Paul Lennon. 1. .. In a later paper Corder ( ) suggested that error analysis should include . which was pioneered by Corder in the s. The key finding of error analysis is that many learner errors are produced by the learners making faulty inferences.
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Error analysis (linguistics)
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