Bangandu[aka Temne, Bagando, Bangando]
The article provided analyzes the contrast of learning foreign language proficiency by means of "field dependency" and "field independence". What these concepts refer to essentially is the ability to learn a language more readily when enveloped by the culture (field dependency) or by other means independent of this method (field independent). The author of the article refers to Bangandu as a field dependent language due to the interdependence the Bangandu community observes. The use of the Bangandu language in this article is to exemplify the application of field dependent language learning.
Aomori Public College, Japan
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