|dc.description.abstract||Perception, as a process, can be exploited in the field of foreign language learning in various ways. In the present work, we proposed to study the perception of French of Algerian students of private schools of foreign languages. The analysis of learners' performances reveal the causes of the failure of which they are subject. The nature of the representations affects the learning process of foreign languages, in the sense that they inform us about the relationship between learners and these languages and therefore it opens the way for new
research perspectives on linguistic appropriation and by browsing through these perceptual strata, ranging from perception to representation to achieve the linguistic imagination.
Operating a multidimensional corpus: written, oral and visual, allowed us to explore these areas of the human brain, however much still remains shrouded in mystery.||fr_FR