"Second-language acquisition and motivation: A literature review" by Pat Goodridge
Foreign or second language acquisition is also known to depend on the teaching approach of the educator. Some educational experts suggest that a natural approach is the most effective way of teaching. Also the experiences of aging and growing old have come upon us faster than it used to and has changed our ways of viewing it. It is not nearly as bad as people think it will be but not quite as good either. What is aging? In biology, all organisms undergo a period of development and growth before they become reproductively mature1. In most species, the time of reproductive activity is short and followed closely by death.
The Acquisition-Learning distinction is crucial because it gives an argument opposing the effortful labor of learning a new language in adults. Krashen explained that there are two independent ways in which a second language performance can be regarded. This process requires continuous interaction with the target language. On the other hand, Krashen also explained that the learned system is the result of a very formal way of learning a language that involves the conscious process of being knowledgeable about a language. So British pronunciation is the acceptable correct pronunciation in English Second Language.
Like a Guatemalan village, a secret chamber in an old castle or an African jungle. How about conversing with a worker in Victorian London, cockney accent and all? Or exchanging ideas with a member of the French nobility at the time of the Revolution?