Language acquisition

Language acquisition: The study of second or foreign language structure and composition for non-native or non-fluent speakers is known as language acquisition. If they are relevant to the language being learnt, the same curriculum or degree includes related cultures, literature, linguistics, and phonetics. Since there are no native speakers and the teaching methodology and curriculum are more akin to foreign language learning, classical or extinct languages are included here. If the linguistics are connected to a particular language or languages that are being learnt and are a component of the same course or award, they are included here.

  • Classical languages
  • Exogenous languages
  • Foreign languages
  • Interpretation
  • Phonetics
  • Second languages, for example English as a second language
  • Sign language interpreting