the systematic study of deviations from target-language norms in the course of second-language acquisition, especially in terms of the learner's developing interlanguage.
What Bizarre Error Gave California Its Name?When the Spanish first began exploring the Pacific Coast of North America, they mistakenly believed that California was an island. (Some of the earliest and most fascinating maps of the state depict it as separated from the mainland.) This is considered one of the greatest, albeit short-lived, cartographic errors. Early mapmakers began labeling the “island” as California, the name of a mythical island in a book …
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- error coin,
- error correction,
- error message,
- error of closure,
Origin of error analysis
First recorded in 1960–65
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