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Family language, or mother tongue.
Second language, or a language that is not the mother.
The smallest parts of a language, such as a new vocabulary word.
There are four language skills: listening,
speaking, reading, and writing. Listening and reading are receptive skills,
while speaking and writing are productive skills.
Individual tasks or activities that help learners to foster independent learning or to engage in independent learning. There are direct strategies for managing language, and indirect strategies for learning in general.
Term used to indicate individual student preferences for learning.
A word, a phrase, or a number of words that can
be considered to be a single item of vocabulary (e.g., bus, bus stop, school