Use of language learning strategies: A synthesis of studies with implications for strategy training

@inproceedings{Oxford1989UseOL,
  title={Use of language learning strategies: A synthesis of studies with implications for strategy training},
  author={Rebecca L. Oxford},
  year={1989}
}
Abstract This article addresses two questions: What strategies do good language learners use? What factors affect choice of language learning strategies? To answer these questions, the author reviews and synthesizes existing research on language learning strategies, including a number of new and unpublished studies. 

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