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Accelerated TEFL Certificate
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A Brief Comparison between First (Native) and Second (Non-Native) Language AcquisitionLanguage is considered one of the most utilized (and universal) defining features of human cultures worldwide. The term ?language? refers to a system of mutually understood arbitrary symbols used to communicate between users (generally referred to as ?speakers? or ?signers?). The use of different languages can indicate many different things, and it is well beyond the scope of a short summary like this to discuss them. I will be discussing, instead, two means of language acquisition, native and non-native. I will use the English language as my main model and referent for language acquisition because of my experience as a monolingual native english speaker and because I am working on my tesol (Teaching English as a Spoken other language) certification. Native language acquisition can be grossly over-summarized as a mode of language acquisition from an early age by intuitive and non-systemic means that leads to an innate mastery of the language. Native language acquisition is considered to be an incredibly important part of child development with tremendous benefits to a person?s learning and social capabilities. Non-native language acquisition is defined more by its lack of the native modes of language