Analyse d’erreurs des apprenants de la licence en langues étrangeres de l’université Santiago de Cali aux niveaux élémentaire et intermédiaire de français : Les adjectifs possessifs
Cortez Loaiza, Hanny Natalia
Montenegro Palacios, Hector Lubian
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This research presents an error analysis of Colombian students who study French as Foreign Language (FLE). The error analysis focuses on possessive adjectives. The main objective is to determinate the most frequent errors related to possessive adjectives in written production made by Bachelor’s Degree in Foreign Languages students from Santiago de Cali University at basic and intermediary levels of French. The theoretical framework develops mainly the following concepts: Applied Linguistics (Santos Gargallo, 1999), Contrastive Linguistics (Lado, 1957), Contrastive Analysis (Fries, 1945), Error Analysis (Corder, 1967), Interlanguage (Selinker, 1972) and Contrastive Grammar (Ciesielkiewicz, 2010/2011). This research follows the methodology proposed by Corder (1967) in order to describe and explain the errors found. This work seeks to bring awareness to the aspects that favour the emergence of errors and to consider contrastive linguistics as a tool for improving the foreign language learning.