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    livon is offline Newbie
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    Default Error in English speaking.

    Could someone please answer my query

    What is a non-systematic error in the spoken English?

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: Error in English speaking.

    Scholars (Brown, 2000; Corder, 1967) suggest that
    distinguishing mistakes and errors can appropriately
    analyze learner’s L2 learning performance. Corder (1967)
    states that mistakes are categorized as non-systematic
    errors out of chance circumstances, such as slips of the
    tongue, while errors refer to systematic errors which often
    occur in second language learning.

    http://www.interesjournals.org/full-articles/revisiting-causes-of-grammatical-errors-for-esl-teachers.pdf

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