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Name: Hugues  Marcel  Peters
Institution: University of New South Wales
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State and/or Country: Australia   
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): French
Selected Publications: 2009. (with Michele Stewart) The Syntax of Determination in a Corpus of oral productions of Jamaican Learners of French: Word Order and Agreement Patterns in Nominal Phrases. The International Journal of the Humanities 7(6): pp.97-108.

2009. Lexical Features in Oral Interlanguage: The Acquisition of Multifunctional Words by Adult Jamaican Learners of French. The International Journal of the Humanities 7 (9): pp.51-62.

2005. Development of a Longitudinal Oral Interlanguage Corpus of Jamaican Learners of French. Caribbean Journal of Education 27(2): pp.75-96

2005. (with Françoise Cévaër) Stratégie de politique éducative pour une meilleure intégration régionale: Évaluation du nouvel examen de français des pays anglophones de la Caraïbe, le CAPE. In Christian Lerat, ed., Le monde caraïbe: défis et dynamiques. Tome 2. Presses de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme d’Aquitaine : pp.227-40

2005. The Syntax of Negation in a Corpus of Oral Productions of Jamaican Learners of French at the Undergraduate Level. In Fritz Konig et al., eds., Proceedings of the 2004 International Symposium on Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching – Beijing – Shanghai (August 8-9, 2004). The University of Northern Iowa : pp.558-68

2003. (with Lillith Barnaby) Teaching a Reading Course in French as a Foreign Language Requirement. In Tony Bastick & Austin Ezenne, eds., Researching Change in Caribbean Education: Curriculum, Teaching and Administration, Department of Educational Studies, UWI, Kingston, Jamaica: pp.195-216

1999. An Alternative Proposal for French Negation. Linguistica Atlantica 21: pp.107-36
Dissertation Director * of: Quantification in Jamaican Creole: The syntax and semantics of evri ('every') in interaction with indefinites
(Michele Stewart, Author)
Academic Paper Abstract: The morpho-syntactic status of ne and its effect on the syntax of imperative sentences

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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