Dutch Speakers Are Puzzled Because the British Never Write what They Say
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An investigation conducted on last year grammer students to test their knowledge on English morphology. Students were presented with audio sentences containing phonological simple and complex base and derived real and pseudo words and orthographical simple and complex base and derived real and pseudo words. The students were then asked to spell these words in order to find out which word category presents the greatest difficulty for Dutch English learners and why.