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The Selective Fossilization Hypothesis, Focus on Form, and the Second Language Classroom: Future Possibilities

Combs, Charles Homer

The questions of how and when (if at all) to treat the potentially fossilizable linguistic features in the second language (L2) classroom have occupied second language researchers and practitioners since Selinker (1972) brought the concept of fossilization to the fore.


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