THE INTERFERENCE MANIFESTATION THROUGH INTERLANGUAGE : A STUDY ON A MULTILINGUAL CHILD'S VERBAL PERFORMANCES

Heny E. Hartono, Tan Agung Haryono,



Abstract

Interference is often seen as an intrusion from the native language when a language learner is trying to perform
the target language. In fact, it is more a part of the process of
acquiring the target language which naturally happens before
a language learner sucessfully achieves the target language
proficiency. As a process rather than afinal product of learning
language, it is hoped that it is not seen as a permanent incorrectness. The interference is manifested as an
interlanguage. The interlanguage itself can be divided into 4
categories. namely overgeneralization, simplification, hypercorrection and avoidation. This research is trying to see
the interference manisfestation of a multilingual child.

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Keywords

interference, interlanguage. multilingual

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24167/celt.v9i1.243

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