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The Implications of Chaos/Complexity Theory in the Acquisition of Maltese as a Second Language

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posted on 2019-08-23, 17:01 authored by Jacqueline ŻammitJacqueline Żammit
The main aim of this study was to explore the application of chaos/complexity theory in the learning of verbal tense and aspect in Maltese as a second language (MSL). Hence C/CT main characteristics were integrated to comprehend more what is happening in the learner's brain while learning the verbs of a second language (L2).


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  • Malta

Lead author job role

  • PhD Student

Lead author institution

University of Malta

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  • Yes

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