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This report is based on an ethnographic project which attempts to find out how someone learns a second language from a participant's point of view. The participant was a male international student who studied in Adelaide, South Australia with a continuous experience of learning English as a second language for twelve consecutive years in his country. Using a self-designed questionnaire which is based on Spolky's model of second language learning (1989, as cited in Mitchell & Myles, 2004, p. 8),doi:10.24114/bhs.v29i3.12212 fatcat:qdxxbbyrvfgdxh6sh2gcqmb7li