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    Post state and trait foreign language anxiety

    Hi everyone
    i am doing a paper research about Foreign language anxiety in classroom.
    but i don't know what is the different between State anxiety /trait anxiety and situation-specific anxiety?
    please if anyone can help i'd really appreciate it
    thank you

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    Re: state and trait foreign language anxiety

    thank you for your reply and for the links ,i already have seen these two links,but they don't gave it in more accurate details.

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    Re: state and trait foreign language anxiety

    When I Googled your expression, the two links I gave you were the first of quite a few. Keep searching until you find what you need.

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    Re: state and trait foreign language anxiety

    One is a state that anyone can be in; the other is a trait that a person has.

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    Re: state and trait foreign language anxiety

    Quote Originally Posted by roa'a View Post
    Hi everyone
    I am doing a ​research paper research about foreign language anxiety in the classroom (no full stop here) but I don't know what is the different difference between "state anxiety/trait anxiety and situation-specific anxiety".
    please If anyone can help, I'd really appreciate it.
    Thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by roa'a View Post
    Thank you for your reply and for the links. I have already have seen these two links (no comma here) but they don't gave it give in more accurate details.
    See my amendments above. It's important to follow these rules of written English:

    - Start every sentence with a capital letter.
    - End every sentence with a single, appropriate punctuation mark.
    - Always capitalise the word "I".
    - Do not put a space before a full stop, comma, question mark or exclamation mark.
    - Always put a space after a full stop, comma, question mark or exclamation mark.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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