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Journal Title: Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism
Volume/Issue:   4 / 3
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: 2014. iv, 120 pp.

Table of Contents

Epistemological paper
Early, late or very late?: Timing acquisition and bilingualism
Ianthi Maria Tsimpli
283 - 313

Commentaries

Parametric variation and syntactic computations: Elements to disentangle
lateness in (modes of) acquisition
Adriana Belletti
315 - 320

From the bird to the frog: A closer look at the acquisition of V2 in Dutch
Elma Blom
321 - 324

How suitable is the macro-micro parametric distinction in acquisition?
Laura Domínguez
325 - 330

The invisible gorilla of piecemeal, lexically-specific acquisition
Virginia C. Mueller Gathercole and Kathryn Sharp
331 - 336

Towards Comparative Bilingualism
Kleanthes K. Grohmann
337 - 342

Micro- and macro-parameters and age of onset
Gisela Håkansson
343 - 346

Timing in acquisition and the role of semantics and pragmatics
Petra Hendriks
347 - 350

Some caveats to the role of input in the timing of child bilingualism
Drew Long and Jason Rothman
351 - 356

On timing in monolingual and bilingual acquisition: Grammatical properties
interacting with age of onset and input
Jürgen M. Meisel
357 - 362

What impact does ambiguous input have on bilingual language acquisition?
Karen Miller and Alison Eisel Hendricks
363 - 368

The interaction of L1 timing, onset age and input in second/foreign language
acquisition
Carmen Muñoz
369 - 373

Why are some aspects of language acquired earlier than others?
Elena Nicoladis
374 - 376

Input, timing, and outcomes in a wider model of bilingualism
Antonella Sorace
377 - 380

Input and age effects: Quo vadis?
Fred Weerman
381 - 386

Acquisition orders and windows of opportunity
Lydia White
387 - 391

Response to the Commentaries

Early, late or very late: Timing acquisition and bilingualism: A reply to peer
commentaries
Ianthi Maria Tsimpli
393 - 402
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Dutch
Greek, Modern
Language Family(ies): Germanic
 
LL Issue: 25.3285