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Comprehensible output

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  1. there are many theories about the most effective way for language learners to acquire new language forms

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. a term from the field of Second Language Acquisition

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  3. One theory of language acquisition is the Comprehensible Output Hypothesis

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  4. Developed by Merrill Swain, the comprehensible output (CO) hypothesis states that language is acquired when we attempt to communicate a message to someone else but fail and have to try again

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  5. Eventually, through several attempts, we produce the correct form of our utterance and the listener is finally able to understand

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  6. Thus, the new language form is acquired

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