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The Relationship between Students' IQ and their Ability to Use Transitional Words and Expressions in Writing

@inproceedings{Falahati2003TheRB,
  title={The Relationship between Students' IQ and their Ability to Use Transitional Words and Expressions in Writing},
  author={R. Falahati},
  year={2003}
}
  • R. Falahati
  • Published 2003
  • Psychology
  • Teaching a second / foreign language has been a controversial issue during the past decades. There are sets of factors which influence how successful a person is at learning a second language. Littlewood (1984) stated that a person's motivation to learn and the qualities of the opportunities to learn are two of these factors. The third set of factors is those which make up the person's ability to learn. This refers to the intelligence and a set of more specific language learning abilities… CONTINUE READING

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