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Name: Irene  Checa-Garcia (IPA: Irene Checa-Garcia)
Institution: University of Wyoming
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: CO
Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Specialty: Functional syntax and Hispanic sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): Spanish
Selected Publications: 'Test validity in morphosyntactic measures for typical and SLI incipient Spanish-English bilinguals'
'Information status and determinacy in Spanish relative clauses with a resumptive pronoun'
'Prosodic Cues in Relative Clauses Disambiguation: Bilinguals vs. L2 learners'
'La sociolingüística en un programa de lenguas a nivel universitario'
'Recolectando resultados: el portafolio académico en la clase de metodología'
'Complejidad grammatical y niveles de dificultad en lecturas de ELE adaptadas y originales'
'Asking for things without words: Embodiment of action onset as a toddlers’ communication tool'
'Syntactic Development Measures Applied to Adolescents in Almería: Descriptive Milestones and Methodological Contributions'
“Usage-based vs. inherent cognitive complexity accounts of acquisition order: the case of Spanish connectives”
“La medición de la cohesión y la coherencia”
Courses Taught: Spanish Advanced Syntax
History of Linguistics
Spanish language (all level)
Spanish Grammar and composition
Spanish for Heritage Speakers
Introduction to Research
Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
Spanish Morphosyntax
Spanish Phonetics
Spanish in the USA
Spanish Conversation
Dissertation Abstract: Syntactic Development Measures Applied to Adolescents in Almería: Descriptive milestones and methodological contributions
Reviewer of: Spanish Speakers in the USA (LL Issue 24.2015)
Corpus-Based Sociolinguistics (LL Issue 26.63)

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