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Error Analysis

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Error Analysis and Interlanguage
S. P. Corder

Oxford University Press

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Acknowledgements are made to the following publishers for permission to reproduce the papers in this collection:

© S. PitCorder 1981 First published ig8i Second impression 1982 This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher's prior consent in any form of binding or

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Julius Groos Verlag, for 'The Significance of Learners' Errors', published in the International Review of Applied Linguistics, Volume V No. 4, 1967, for 'Idiosyncratic Dialects and Error Analysis', published in Svartvik, J. (ed.) (1973) Errata: Papers in Error Analysis and in the International Review of Applied Linguistics, Volume IX No. 2, 1971, and for 'The Elicitation of Intel-language', published in a special issue of IRAL on the occasion of Bertol Malmberg's sixtieth birthday. Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research, for 'Describing the Language Learner's Language', published in CILT Reports and Papers, No. 6, 1971. Cornelsen-Velhagen & Klasing & Co., for 'The Role of Interpretation in the Study of Learners' Errors', published in German as 'Die Rolle der Interpretation bei der Untersuchung von Schulfehlern' in Fehlerkunde, edited by G. Nickel, 1972. HochschulVerlag (Germany), for 'The Study of Interlanguage', published in the Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Applied Linguistics, Volume 2, 1976. Universitat Bern and the Indiana University Linguistics...

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