Revue Maghrébine des Langues
Volume 3, Numéro 1, Pages 213-220

Interfering Mechanisms Of Arabic And French With English: The Case Of First Year Students Of English

Authors : Djebaili Walida .


In the light of what had been noticed during a number of years teaching first year students in the department of English, we could relatively easily assert that the learning and more particularly the practice of this foreign language at this particular level is somewhat special for a number of reasons, The way a great number of learners use English in class is far from being the best, and often, this causes a rift between the thought the student has and the words he uses to express it. The stress here is on this aspect that may be easily viewed as a serious handicap to learn and practice this second foreign language appropriately.


mechanisms - Arabic - French - English - students of English