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This quantity includes a collection of papers interpreting language move, a phenomenon which ends from language touch in bilingual and multilingual language acquisition and studying contexts. the main target of the quantity is at the lexical facets of language move.
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The weak version consists of predictions based on actual learner performances and correlated with cross-linguistic differences. For Wardhaugh, only a weak version of the Contrastive Analysis Hypothesis could succeed. Later in this paper I will show why a dichotomy between strong and weak predictions risks oversimplifying the issue. indb 22 13/01/2006 08:42:58 Could a Contrastive Analysis Ever be Complete? 23 be underestimated. For one thing, a great deal of SLA research indicates that transfer plays little if any role in some cases.