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Gender assignment and gender agreement in advanced French Interlanguage: a cross-sectional study
(Cambridge University Press - Copyright holder: Cambridge University Press - Http://journals.canbridge.org, 2001)
An analysis of 519 gender errors (out of 9,378 modifiers) in the advanced French interlanguage of 27 Dutch L1 speakers conforms earlier findings that gender assignment and/or agreement remain problematic for learners at ...
Maîtriser la norme sociolinguistique en interlangue française : le cas de l'omission variable de 'ne'
(Cambridge University Press - Copyright holder: Cambridge University Press - Http://journals.canbridge.org, 2002)
L'acquisition de la norme sociolinguistique française pose des problèmes considérables aux locuteurs non-natifs. L'analyse de la variation dans l'omission du ne dans un corpus d'interlangue avancée de 27 apprenants ...
The L2 acquisition of a phonological variable: the case of /l/deletion in French
(Cambridge University Press - Copyright holder: Cambridge University Press - Http://journals.canbridge.org, 2006)
This article is situated within the recent strand of SLA research which applies variationist sociolinguistic methods to the study of the acquisition of sociolinguistic variation by the L2 speaker. Whilst that research ...
The relationship between the group and the individual and the acquisition of native speaker variation patterns: a preliminary study
(Mouton Publishers, 2004)
The relationship between group and individual has been explored within the variationist paradigm. In L1, group patterns of variation are replicated by the individual. Second language acquisition research is concerned with ...