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Journal Title: Journal of French Language Studies
Volume/Issue:   16/1
Date: 2006
Table of Contents: The L2 Acquisition of a Phonological Variable: the case of /l/ deletion in French
by Martin Howard, Isabelle R. Ra
pp 1-24

Ayres-Bennett, Wendy, Sociolinguistic Variation in Seventeenth-Century France. Methodology and Case Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004, xii + 267 pp. 0 521 82088 X
by pp 111-112

Labeau, Emmanuelle, Beyond the Aspect Hypothesis. Tense-Aspect Development in Advanced L2 French. (Contemporary Studies in Descriptive Linguistics 5). Oxford, Bern, Brussels, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Wien: Peter Lang, 2005, 259 pp. 3 03910 281 8
by Martin Howard
pp 112-114

Labeau, Emmanuelle, and Larrivée, Pierre (eds), Nouveaux développements de l'imparfait (Cahiers Chronos 14). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2005, vii + 204 pp. 90 420 1866 6
by Dulcie M. Engel
pp 114-115

Lodge, R. Anthony, A Sociolinguistic History of Parisian French. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004, xi + 290 pp. 0 521 82179 7
by James Milroy
pp 115-117

Molendijk, Arie and Vet, Co (eds), Temporalité et attitude: Structuration du discours et expression de la modalité (Cahiers Chronos 12). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2005, ix + 231 pp. 90 420 1734 1
by Dulcie M. Engel
pp 117-119

Rabatel, Alain, Interactions Orales en Contexte Didactique (Collection IUFM). Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 2004, 370 pp. 2 7297 0740 9
by Tim Lewis
pp 119-121

Valdman Albert, Etudes sur les variétés du français. Ottawa, Toronto and New York: Legas, 2003, 136 pp. 1 894508 43 2
by Aidan Coveney
pp 121-123

Syntactic Change in Anglo-Norman and Continental French Chronicles: was there a ‘Middle’ Anglo-Norman?
by Richard Ingham
pp 25-49

La Structure en de Quoi
by pp 51-68

Predictability in French gender attribution: A corpus analysis
by Roy Lyster
pp 69-92

Le Datif en Français: un cas structural
by pp 93-110

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 17.2344