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LINGUIST List 17.2200

Mon Jul 31 2006

Qs: Acquisition of Italian Aspectual System

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        1.    Simona Mancini, Acquisition of Italian Aspectual System

Message 1: Acquisition of Italian Aspectual System
Date: 28-Jul-2006
From: Simona Mancini <mancinis1mail.montclair.edu>
Subject: Acquisition of Italian Aspectual System


I am graduate student at Montclair State University and I am interested in
finding resources on the acquisition of the aspectual system of Italian by
L2 learners. In particular, I would like to focus on the acquisition of
telicity and viewpoint aspect marking by learners of Italian whose native
language is a Slavic language. Does anybody know of studies focusing on
this topic?

Thank you very much.

Simona Mancini

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
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