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LINGUIST List 23.38

Tue Jan 03 2012

Books: Lang Acquisition/Semantics/Syntax: Labeau, Saddour (Eds)

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        1.     Eric van Broekhuizen , Tense, aspect and mood in first and second language acquisition: Labeau, Saddour (Eds)


Message 1: Tense, aspect and mood in first and second language acquisition: Labeau, Saddour (Eds)
Date: 22-Dec-2011
From: Eric van Broekhuizen <E.van.Broekhuizenrodopi.nl>
Subject: Tense, aspect and mood in first and second language acquisition: Labeau, Saddour (Eds)
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Title: Tense, aspect and mood in first and second language acquisition.
Series Title: Cahiers Chronos 24
Published: 2011
Publisher: Rodopi
                http://www.rodopi.nl/

Book URL: http://www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?BookId=CHRONOS+24

Editor: Emmanuelle Labeau
Editor: Inès Saddour
Electronic: ISBN: 9789401207188 Pages: 233 Price: Europe EURO 47
Paperback: ISBN: 9789042034303 Pages: 233 Price: Europe EURO 47
Abstract:

Tense, aspect and mood have attracted much attention in the areas of both
first and second language acquisition, but scholars in the two disciplines
often fail to learn from each other. Western European languages have also
been the focus of most studies, but there would be lessons to learn from less
studied languages.

This volume offers new insights on tense, aspect and mood by bringing
together the findings of first and second language acquisition, and comparing
child and adult, monolingual and multilingual learning processes that are
approached from various theoretical points of view. In addition, it spans over
a wide range of less studied languages (Bulgarian, Hebrew, Korean, Russian),
and Western European languages are studied from new angles.

Emmanuelle Labeau and Inès Saddour: Introduction

Aviya Hacohen: On the acquisition of compositional telicity in Hebrew

Milena Kuehnast: Acquisition of negative imperatives in Bulgarian -
implications for verbal aspect

Yi-An Lin: To spellout or not to spellout? That's the deficit

Olga Gupol, Susan Rothstein and Sharon Armon-Lotem: The development of
L1 Russian tense-aspect morphology in Russian-Hebrew sequential bilinguals

M. Rafael Salaberry: Theoretical views on the development of Spanish L2
knowledge about iterativity and habituality

Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig: After process, then what? A longitudinal
investigation of the progressive prototype in L2 English

Hyun-Jin Kim: A case study of tense-aspect marking by L2 learners of
Korean

Evgeniya Sergeeva and Jean-Pierre Chevrot: The acquisition of French
verbal tenses by Russian adult learners: stem alternation and frequency
effect

Martin Howard: From tense and aspect to modality: The acquisition of future,
conditional and subjunctive morphology in L2 French. A preliminary study

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                            Semantics
                            Syntax

Subject Language(s): Bulgarian (bul)
                            Hebrew (heb)
                            Korean (kor)
                            Russian (rus)

Written In: English (eng )

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http://linguistlist.org/pubs/books/get-book.cfm?BookID=58750



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