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Journal Title: Language, Interaction and Acquisition
Volume/Issue:   4 / 2
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iii, 206 pp.

Table of Contents


In faint praise of folly: A critical review of native/non-native speaker comparisons, with examples from native and bilingual processing of French complex syntax
David Birdsong and Libby M. Gertken
107 – 133

Social-interactional approaches to SLA: A state of the art and some future perspectives
Simona Pekarek Doehler
134 – 160

Convergence and divergence in the acquisition of French liaison by native and non-native speakers: A review of existing data and avenues for future research
Sophie Wauquier and Ellenor M. Shoemaker
161 – 189

La liaison en français langue seconde: Une étude longitudinale préliminaire
Martin Howard
190 – 231

Acquisition of grammatical gender and number agreement in Swedish learners of L2 Italian: Regularity and frequency effects
Anna Gudmundson
232 – 255

Exploring the upper limits of the Aspect Hypothesis: Tense-aspect morphology in the advanced English L2 variety
Alexandra Vraciu
256 – 290

Fluence et prononciation de phonèmes en L1 et L2: Indices de performance en lecture à voix haute selon l’environnement familial
Lucie Vialettes-Basmoreau et Nathalie Spanghero-Gaillard
291 – 312
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 25.190