Grammatical Errors in Written Production by Swedish Learners of English - A Quantitative Study of Concord Errors and Selected Verb Errors in 35 National Tests for the B-Course of English
The aim of this study is to analyse the most frequent grammatical errors made by students of the B-course of English in Swedish Upper Secondary School. As primary material, 35 national tests of written production have been used. In these essays, the most common errors have been found to be errors of concord and verb errors related to time and tense. These have been categorised, counted and compared to the errors found by Köhlmyr in her study from 2003.
verb errors of time and tense
Swedish learners of English
Upper Secondary school
SPL kandidatuppsats i engelska
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