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The recent developments in cognitive linguistics turn EFL research interest to investigate the role of pragmatic aspects in the learn ability of English instead of grammargoverned learning. Pragmatics becomes ever more essential to the success of the language learner for its focus on language-in-use tasks. Pragmatic transfer occurs when non-native speakers of English transfer their L1 pragmatic knowledge to the target language. The EFL Algerian learner is closely concerned with pragmaticdoi:10.24093/awej/vol10no1.20 fatcat:imerenljs5hqfpcj6u77qjr26i