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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the noun learning ability:
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Definition of the noun learning ability
What does learning ability mean as a name of something?
- mental ability
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by Alan Davies
rote learning ability for new sound and meaning associations and ...
A Dictionary of Language Acquisition:A Comprehensive Overview of Key Terms in First and Second Language Acquisition (2013)
A Comprehensive Overview of Key Terms in First and Second Language Acquisition by Hossein Tavakoli
Memory and learning (rote learning ability). Originally this was phrased in terms of associations: the ability to make and recall associations between words and phrases in a native and a second language. It is not clear whether this type of ...
by Stewart Clegg, James R. Bailey
As one matures, learning ability increases from the use of symbols and words in representing concrete objects to the ability to reason hypothetically, logically, and systematically (abstract thinking). These concepts provided the structure for ...
by Peter Robinson
in sentence structures; Rote learning ability—the ability to learn associations between sounds ...
by Barbara Kerr
For career guidance and planning, assessments may measure different aptitudes such as general learning ability, numerical ability, verbal ability, spatial perception, and clerical perception. Results from objective aptitude tests are then ...
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