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Error analysis refers to the research and analysis of errors made by second language learners. It is used as a replacement method for comparative analysis of relative limitations. Error analysis has both the theoretical basis of its linguistics and its theoretical basis of psychology.

The main idea of ​​error analysis is that many mistakes made by second language learners are influenced by other factors in addition to the influence of the first language. Corder (1967) pointed out that mistakes cannot be seen merely as things to be eliminated, and errors themselves are also significant.

Mistakes and mistakes are often distinguished in the wrong analysis literature. Errors are usually due to lack of knowledge of learners. The mistake is due to the learners failing to perform their own abilities and making mistakes.
Errors are often divided into interlingual and intralingual errors based on the source of the error. Learners mistakenly call an interlingual error (or migration error) due to misuse of a language item that has common features with the native language. Errors committed within the target language are called intra-lingual errors (also called developmental errors).

Depending on the nature of the error, errors are often divided into five types: omissions, additions, double tags, formal errors, and sequence errors.

The error analysis contains the following steps:

1) Recognition error

2) Description error

3) Explaining mistakes
Error analysis also has some problems. First, relying on mistakes to study the acquisition process of the second language is not sufficient. Need to consider mistakes together with non-errors in order to fully understand the language behavior of learners. Second, it is often difficult to determine exactly where the learner is wrong. Third, error analysis overemphasizes errors in language expression and may not explain the "error avoidance" phenomenon.

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