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Cook vehemently argues against research methods “that treat the L2 user as a defective native speaker” (2002: 20) and, more generally, against comparing the competence or performance of second-language speakers to that of monolingual native speakers: The indisputable element in the definition of native speaker is that a person is a native speaker of the language learnt first; the other characteristics are incidental, describing how well an individual uses the language. Someone who did not learn a language in childhood cannot be a native speaker of the language.
1876: 104) 8 As a historian, Freeman apparently showed an unusually serious interest in linguistics. As Parker (1981: 825) describes, he “maintained important personal contacts with a wide circle of academics, publishers and politicians […], and the philologists A. H. ” Philology “provided the broad theoretical base for Freeman’s ideas on race,” which will be discussed below (1981: 834). He was closely familiar with Müller’s writings and “sought the advice of Müller throughout 1870 and after. They discussed philology and associated ideas, generally agreeing with each other, and sending each other copies of their lectures and essays” (1981: 835).
In Words; Their Use and Abuse, Mathews also renounces Alford’s accusations, refusing to plead guilty for the corruption of the language: The abuse of the Queen’s English to which we have called attention, did not begin with Americans. It began with our trans-Atlantic cousins, who employed “ink-horn” terms and outlandish phrases at a very early period. (1876: 104) 8 As a historian, Freeman apparently showed an unusually serious interest in linguistics. As Parker (1981: 825) describes, he “maintained important personal contacts with a wide circle of academics, publishers and politicians […], and the philologists A.
Anaphoric relations in English by Wasow T.