A Study On Pragmatic Failure In Cross-Cultural A Study on Pragmatic Failure in Cross-cultural Communication AbstractWith the rapid development of globalization and frequent contacts among contrasting countries, cross-cultural communication is getting more and more burning prenominal and becomes one of the most prominent and significant activities today. Communication breakdowns even-tempered happen all the time when we try to communicate with population from different cultural backgrounds. Pragmatic failure is one of the several factors which wreak cross-cultural communication.
The case of Refusals Fatemeh Jafari, Hossein Sadeghoghlo Abstract Many studies show that in spite of having a perfect competence in L2 grammar, learners have difficulties at pragmatic level when having a conversation with native speakers.
The present study deals with pragmatic transfer of Iranian EFL learners' refusal strategies as Pragmatic failures study by their responses to a modified version of items discourse multiple choice task. Each question in the questionnaire has three options. One of the options is correct, one is a distracter and one is an option that has been effected by learners' L1.
The purpose of this study is to find out the pragmatic competence of EFL learners in Iran. This study first investigates pragmatic failures that Iranian EFL learners tend to commit in understanding pragmatic multiple choice tasks and answering the questions.
Then, building on the analysis of the collected data, it further discusses the amount of the pragmatic failures among Iranian EFL learners and the source of this failure. The results of the study show that all of Iranian EFL learners commit pragmatic failure and answered more than 72 percent of the questions incorrectly.
The results show that almost half of the pragmatic failure of Iranian EFL learners are due to L1 interference. The results of the present study are useful for language teachers and syllabus designers.
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