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TOC: EUROSLA Yearbook, Volume 2 (2002)

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Message 1: EUROSLA Yearbook, Volume 2 (2002)

Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 09:53:52 +0000
From: paul <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: EUROSLA Yearbook, Volume 2 (2002)


Publisher: John Benjamins
 http://www.benjamins.com/
	
Journal Title: EUROSLA Yearbook
Volume Number: 2
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2002


Main text:
			
Table of Contents

Articles 
Acknowledgements 1 - 2 
Introduction 3 - 5 
I-learning 
 Susanne E. Carroll 7 - 28 
Multiple subject constructions in Japanese and the development of AGRP
in L2 English
 Helmut Zobl 29 - 47 
Interpretation of English tense morphophonology by advanced L2 speakers 
 M. Al-Hamad, E. Al-Malki, G. Casillas, Florencia Franceschina,
 R. Hawkins, J. Hawthorne, D. Karadzovska, K. Kato, S. Liszka,
 C. Lozano, S. Ojima, N. Okuwaki and E. Thomas 49 - 69
Case and f-feature agreement in advanced L2 Spanish grammars 
 Florencia Franceschina 71 - 86 
Prototypical and non-prototypical marking in the advanced learner's
aspectuo-temporal system
 Martin Howard 87 - 113 
Form-meaning connections in the acquisition of English articles 
 Danijela Trenkic 115 - 133 
Crosslinguistic influence in early child bilingualism: Italian/German 
 Natascha M´┐Żller 135 - 154 
Context and idiom understanding in second languages 
 John Liontas 155 - 185 
Communicative potential vs. structural constraints: Explanatory
factors for the acquisition of scope particles
 Sandra Benazzo 187 - 204 
Using sociostylistic variants in advanced French interlanguage: The
case of nous/on
 Jean Marc Dewaele 205 - 226 
Complaining in French L1 and L2: A cross-linguistic investigation 
 Bettina Kraft and Ronald Geluykens 227 - 242 
Communicating in English as a lingua franca 
 Juliane House 243 - 261 
On rule complexity: A structural approach 
 Gunther Dietz 263 - 286 
Index 287 - 288
			
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