Qs: On-line Processing Studies on English Articles
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Date: 28-Oct-2005 From: Kyoungsook Lucy Kim <lucykimsiu.edu> Subject: On-line Processing Studies on English Articles
I am currently working on my Master’s thesis on the interpretation and processing of English articles by L2 learners. I have come across some studies on article semantics in English, but still need to investigate more on the processing part. I am specifically looking for on-line processing studies on English articles such as a, the, and zero article and anything related to the article system. Though any studies on processing would be very useful for me to development my own methodology in the study. I would thus be grateful for any references on this subject matter.
Thank you very much in advance for your recommendations.
Kyoungsook Lucy Kim