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The Role of Linguistic Knowledge in Second Language Use

  • Ellen Bialystok (a1)

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The purpose of the present paper is to examine the hypothesis that there are fundamental differences between using language in different situations or for different purposes, and that these differences may be accounted for in terms of the requirement of the task to be solved on the basis of knowledge represented in a particular way.

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