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《Journal of Chuxiong Normal University》 2007-02
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Phenomenon of Negative Transfer from Mother Tongue Influence on English Writing of Chinese Students

PENG Po(Department ofForeign Languages,Chuxiong Normal University,Chuxiong675000,China)  
It is a fact that there lies some great differences in accidence,syntax,logic habits and the ways of thinking between Chinese and English,which directly result in the poor English writing of Chinese students for the sake of automatic influences of their mother tongue.Based on the necessary analysis and contrastbetween the two languages,the paper aims to improve the writing fluencies and qualities in English of Chinese students.
【CateGory Index】: H315.9
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