The results showed that after the experience abroad there were some aspects of the non-native speakers' data that changed, approximating those of the Spanish native speaker group, while other aspects remained unaffected. Moreover, the non-native speakers increased the degree of contact that they established with Spanish NS, however they still had difficulties in establishing contact with Spanish native speakers.Therefore, learners may not have wanted to use some of the strategies that the Peninsular NSs frequently, even ... He told me that in Spain people dona#39;t ask [sic] things that way, that I should say a#39;give me a spoon, pleasea#39;, mat I had to be more anbsp;...
|Title||:||Pragmatic Development in the Study Abroad Setting: Requesting a Service in Spanish|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|