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The Effect of Focus on Form and Focus on Forms Instruction on the Acquisition of Phrasal Verbs by Chinese Students

@inproceedings{Teng2019TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Focus on Form and Focus on Forms Instruction on the Acquisition of Phrasal Verbs by Chinese Students},
  author={Feng Teng and Hong Kong Baptist},
  year={2019}
}
This study compared the effectiveness of two instructional approaches—focus on forms (FonFs) and focus on form (FonF)—on the acquisition of phrasal verbs by 90 Chinese tertiary-level students of limited English proficiency. This study first defined FonFs and FonF and presented the theoretical rationale for applying both types of instruction when teaching and learning phrasal verbs. Additionally, FonFs instruction (operationalized through present-practice-produce phases), and FonF instruction… Expand

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