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Error analysis (linguistics)
In linguistics , according to J. Richard et al. It is considered by Norrish , p. All the definitions seemed to stress either on the systematic deviations triggered in the language learning process, or its indications of the actual situation of the language learner themselves which will later help the monitor be it an applied linguist or particularly the language teacher to solve the problem respecting one of the approaches argued in the Error Analysis Anefnaf , the occurrence of errors doesn't only indicate that the learner has not learned something yet, but also it gives the linguist the idea of whether the teaching method applied was effective or it needs to be changed.
Corder, S. Pit. Error Analysis and Interlanguage. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981