Naming abilities in low-proficiency second language learners.

Abstract

Difficulties in second language (L2) learning are often associated with recognizable learning difficulties in native language (L1), such as in dyslexia. However, some individuals have low L2 proficiency but intact L1 reading skills. These L2 learners experience frequent tip-of-the-tongue states while naming in L1, which indicates that they have a weakness… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0022219412453769

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@article{Borodkin2014NamingAI, title={Naming abilities in low-proficiency second language learners.}, author={Katy Borodkin and Miriam Faust}, journal={Journal of learning disabilities}, year={2014}, volume={47 3}, pages={237-53} }