Anglo-Spanish grammar books published in England in the nineteenth century.
Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Hispanic Studies and Researches on Spain, Portugal and Latin America, 83(1) pp. 73–98.
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The denomination 'Anglo-Spanish grammar' refers to a number of Spanish language manuals published in England in the XIX century, aimed at English speaking learners. This article analyses different aspects in a selection of these books, which range from the teaching and learning of pronunciation to using the learners' own language (L1) as a key element in the process of second language acquisition, within the context of early language learning methodology theories for adult learners.
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