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Lund University Press: Lund. Hamann C. (eds) The Acquisition of Scrambling and Cliticization. Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics, vol 26.
Håkansson, G. (1987). Lund, Sweden: Lund University Press. Hengirmen, M. (2001). Turkish grammar for foreign students.
1987) Teacher talk: How teachers modify their speech when addressing learners of Swedish as a second . Håkansson, G. (2007) Teacher talk and the PT hierarchy: Is there a connection and in that case – why?
Lund: Lund University Press. Lund: Department of Linguistics, Lund University. (2007) Teacher talk and the PT hierarchy: Is there a connection and in that case – why? Paper presented at EuroSLA, Newcastle, Sept 10th 2007.
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The transcripts of NS teacher-NNS student interactions in an evening ESL course revealed a number of techniques that made teacher-student communication effective. In addition, instructors may use personal pronouns to identify with or detach themselves from their students.