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Social factors may include a change in register or the familiarity of interlocutors.
Systematic variation is brought about by changes in the linguistic, psychological, and social context. For example, in earlier stages of acquisition, a learner will often display systematic constraints on their ability to use the correct tense.
Around this time, second-language acquisition research shifted from hypotheses of language learning and the development of language-teaching materials to the systematic analysis of learner speech and writing with the practice of error analysis.