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A Swedish Perspective on Japanese as a Third Language. The Effects of English as Second Language


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Title: A Swedish Perspective on Japanese as a Third Language. The Effects of English as Second Language
Authors: Malmborg, Rebecca
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2021
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: SPL kandidat japanska
SPL 2020-054
Keywords: japanska
Third language acquisition
L3 Japanese
L2 English
L1 Swedish
Abstract: Higher Japanese language studies in Sweden are exclusively taught through English textbooks. Previous research within the field of third language (L3) acquisition has studied the effects of mediating languages on L3, but not on Japanese specifically. This paper intended to investigate the effects of mediating English as a second language (ESL) on Japanese language acquisition among Swedish language students. To gather the research data, glossary learning tests in Swedish and English were cr... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/68042
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