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Effects Of Bilingualism On L3 Vocabulary Learning Among Iranian EFL Learners
GEMA Online™ Journal of Language Studies
It is well documented that everybody's first language or mother tongue influences the way one learns his/her second language (Wade-Wolley, 1999; Liszka, 2004). However, the difference and comparison of this effect on third language learning motivated the researchers to investigate whether Arabic-Persian bilinguals(APBs) take advantage of their bilingualism in learning the third language (English) versus Persian monolinguals (PMs) or not. The study sample comprised of 100 male senior high schoolfatcat:gwxkhu6rdzfezkllmrtls63jqu