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A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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For questions related to Complexity Accuracy Fluency (CAF) as measures for progress in second language acquisition.
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For questions about language complexity (used as a measure for second language acquistion), e.g., syntactic complexity or lexical complexity.
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Questions related to linking in spoken language, i.e. the joining together words so that they sound like a single word.
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For questions related to Nicaraguan Sign Language, also known as ISN (Idioma de Señas de Nicaragua).
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Questions related to the courses and teaching method developed by Michel Thomas.
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Questions related to Clozemaster, a language learning website that relies heavily on gamification and sentences where you need to fill in words.
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Questions related to induction or inductive reasoning, i.e. inferring general rules from concrete observations, in the context of language learning or teaching.
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Questions related to interlanguage fossilization, a phenomenon of stagnation during language learning, and how to overcome it (both learning and teaching strategies). Temporary fossilization is also k…
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Questions related to learning or teaching languages that are endangered according to UNESCO.
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a primary member of the Austronesian language family, and is spoken by nearly 300 million people across Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Brunei.
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Questions related to the online translation service—based on machine learning—provided by Google.
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Questions about Punjabi, an Indo-Aryan language spoken in Pakistan and India.
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Language correction websites involve a fluent or native speaker correcting a post you've written in your L2. The most common ones are Lang-8 and Italki.
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Questions about the image recall technique for learning vocabulary, which involves associating words with images for the same concept, so that when you recall the word later, the image will also appea…
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Questions about the Tamazight or Berber languages.
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For questions related to policies that affect the teaching or learning of (foreign) languages.
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Questions related to comparative linguistics that are relevant to language learning or teaching. Comparative linguistics is a branch of linguistics that studies and compares languages to establish whe…
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For questions about the Interagency Language Roundtable, a system that grades your proficiency within a language
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For questions about the Swahili language
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Questions about systems to represent speech sounds in writing, e.g. the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). These transcription systems may cover individual words or longer speech segments (sentenc…
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For questions related to reading one's writing and marking it for grammatical and spelling mistakes
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For questions about the Tagalog language
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Questions about techniques or strategies (in language learning or teaching) for dealing with ambiguity. The ambiguity may apply to one's own language production or to that of others.
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For questions related to the development of new languages.
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Questions about intelligence and its relation to language learning.
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For questions related to the pronunciation of a sound through exhaling.
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For questions related to the forced learning of a foreign language.
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Questions about symbols or signs that aren't part of a language's writing system or punctuation system (such as the following: @#$%&+*).
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the mistaken use of a word or phrase in place of a similar sounding one.
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For questions related to the Turkic language Tatar
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For questions about the language teaching program, Rosetta Stone
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Expressing a concept in more words than necessary, especially because of a lack of vocabulary
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For questions about getting prepared for learning a new language, such as preparing supplies and other needs of learning.
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Questions about (learning) classifiers or measure words, which are very common in East Asian languages.
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For questions on prepositions and postpositions, together known as adpositions.