LINGUIST List 22.2361|
Sat Jun 04 2011
Qs: Relative Clauses and the Accessibility Hierarchy
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1. Anthony DeFazio ,
Relative Clauses and the Accessibility Hierarchy
Message 1: Relative Clauses and the Accessibility Hierarchy
From: Anthony DeFazio <ajdefazaol.com>
Subject: Relative Clauses and the Accessibility Hierarchy
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Could someone point to some readable summary for students to explain
research on the Accessibility Hierarchy and ease of relative clause
formation for students in a TESOL program. They are especially
interested in how the L1 affects the research on relative clause
development. I will post a Summary if warranted.
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