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Every ESL EFL teacher should understand Larsen-Freeman's concepts of "form, meaning, and use". I very much appreciate her friendly but professional writing style.
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answer appropriate asked chapter choice classroom cognitive communicative complex connectionism connectionist consciousness-raising context corpus linguistics course definition of language dents discourse discuss dynamic emergentism engage English example explicit fluency focus formal grammar function gerund gram grammar structures grammar teaching guage hypotheses implicit learning important input instance interaction interlanguage Kenneth Pike language learners language teaching Larsen-Freeman learning challenge lexical linguistic meaning meaningful morpheme morphogenesis native speaker nature negative feedback norms noun output practice particular passive voice past tense patterns pedagogical Pedro Martinez perspective position practice activities pragmatic present procedural knowledge pronoun question reasons rules second language acquisition sentence sequences SLA research social speech stative verb syllabus syntactic target language teachers teaching grammar three dimensions tion understand universal grammar verb view of language word order writing