عنوان مقاله [English]
Bilingualism and second language learning is a complex process in which teaching presents a variety of topics for the language user to learn the syntactic system, its components and the level of the four skills. The more you learn the language, the higher the levels of these skills become and more the user becomes proficient in language communication. The teaching standard evaluates the degree to which these four skills are enhanced. But according to linguistic neoteny, the user's identity interacts with all languages, even those he does not own. All the training tips are used for the user's language proficiency, and language proficiency is not just about evaluating language skills. Linguistic Neoteny examines language learning in the final stage of training, ie. language proficiency, in which the language identity that the user acquires plays a key role in learning a language. In this article, using the bilingual attitude and language ownership proposed by Linguistic neoteny, we analyze the language user at different stages of linguistic contact with languages. We will see that a monolingual and mono identity user can not have a linguistic connection by having the same monotony, and he cannot own both languages equally. Despite the user's knowledge of the basic language system, he needs to put his linguistic identity in an essential process.