Interaction between a foreign and native languages in the process of teaching English grammar
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The phenomenon of a Β«socialization of a languageΒ» is described on the basis on the phylogenesis [phylon + genetikos. Greek]. The authors of this article regard the category of a language in the connection of the following notions: a social phenomenon, an individual personal co-knowledge, foreign culture, basic language functions.
The peculiarity of marking the fragmented reality using verbal and nonverbal means is defined by cultural / social / political differences between nations, population, communities and so on. It is a cluster of a universal and individual experience.
The typology of interaction between a native and foreign languages in the process of communication is presented in the article. This typology can be used to create technologies to teach students using different English Grammar phenomena.
The practical part is based on some psychological traits, defining the mental peculiarity of contemporary teens. Their perception of the environment and the ability to analyse the information is marked by a special term Β«a clip thinkingΒ».
The theoretical aspect of the article is the basis to teach students to understand the peculiarity of marking fragmented reality using the following Grammar Tenses: Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous and further using these Grammar means in foreign communication.
Keywords: Β«socialization of a languageΒ», Β«basic language functionsΒ», Β«foreign cultureΒ», Β«second / once again cognition of a realityΒ», Β«typology of interaction between languagesΒ», Β«clip thinkingΒ», Β«fragmentationΒ».
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