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  • Authors: Trình, Thị Phương Thảo;  Advisor: Thân, Thị Kim Tuyến (2013)

  • 上述のように、学習者の終助詞習 得に関する研究において、韓国人・中国人・ブラジル人・台湾人などの研究対象にする研究が多かったが、ベトナム人日本語学習者を対象とした終助詞の研究はほとんどなかった。そこで、本研究では「ね」「よ」「よね」を中心としたベトナム人日本語学習者の終助詞の使用状況を明らかにすることにより、ベトナム人日本語学習者に対する日本語終助詞の指導法を提示する。 ; Luận văn ThS. Ngôn ngữ Nhật Bản -- Trường Đại học Ngoại ngữ. Đại học Quốc gia Hà Nội, 2013; Electronic Resources

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  • Authors: Lê, Phương Lan;  Advisor: Phạm, Thị Thanh Thùy (2015)

  • Being a teacher, an observer and researcher of Grade 1 classes at Phu Xuyen primary school for the whole school - year since 2012, seeing a lot of mispronunciation errors happened, the researcher must conduct this case study research as a matter of urgency to help students to overcome these errors from the early school. Two classes with 35 students naturally participated in the study through three experimental recording tasks and the basic questionnaire in Vietnamese. The quantitative data gathered will provide readers with many reliable results relating to most problematic ending consonant sounds, the common errors in pronouncing these sounds, the causes as well the possible solutions to ...

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  • Authors: Đinh, Thị Xuyến;  Advisor: Nguyễn Thị Ngọc Quỳnh (2015)

  • This study is an attempt to investigate whether or not students at Tien Lang High School support the use of Vietnamese in EFL classrooms and then compare high achievers’ and low achievers’ attitudes. A questionnaire was administered to 91 11th grade students at Tien Lang High School, Hai Phong. Then, the responses of 24 high achievers (11th grade English final mark is above 8.0), and 29 low achievers (English final mark is below 5.5) were compared. Ten students with different attitudes were then further investigated through an interview. The results show that all participants supported both teacher’s and students’ use of L1. Also, there was almost no difference between two groups, except for some reasons of motivation, level of proficiency, and the occ...