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Studies in Literature and Language
This paper attempts to investigate the nature of errors by non-native speaker learners in the use of the Arabic definite article, and to find the causes of these errors, such as L1 interference, the student's previous study, the concept he has developed about the target language, and the learning and teaching environment represented by the teacher, the curriculum, the media and the community.fatcat:bpjnscnikjapbfoxywz2bss6e4