DescriptionWe hold an interview with 12 students who learn English as their second/ foreign language to investigate how their (L1) mother tongue influences on their English learning via a case of using English prepositions. The hypothesis: There was a significant difference between genders in terms of L1 negative transfer when acquiring English prepositions. We prove that there exists some cases that Females and males perform different ways in learning English prepositions. The statistics of hypothesis pointed out that gender plays a significant role in language learning and language use. In this research, female learners performance better than males, and therefore females positively avoid the negative language transfer. Take some example to explain it, Methodology: Interview with participants how they perceived the uses of English prepositions in their studies. We want to emphasize males performed better at English of directional prepositions and spatial prepositions only. But they fail in the other kinds of English prepositions.
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