Özay, İbrahim
March 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2008, Vol. 12 Issue 35, p269
Academic Journal
In this work the common mistakes that are made in the usage of al-Mudâri Verb in preparation class are examined and its solution proposals are presented. It is thought that the big proportions of those mistakes are resulted from the differences between mother tongue and target language.


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