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Phonetic norm versus usage in advanced French as a second language
(Mouton de Gruyter, 2004)
This article is drawn from a large-scale ongoing study on linguistic progress in advanced French as a second language (FL2). The performance of 48 English-speaking students who spent their third year of university in France ...
Second language acquisition and "real" French: An investigation of subject doubling in the French of Montreal Anglophones
(Cambridge University Press - Copyright holder: Cambridge University Press - Http://journals.canbridge.org, 2002)
ABSTRACT --We investigated the French of the first generation of Montreal Anglophones who had had access to French immersion schooling. Our aim was to determine the extent to which these Anglophones had acquired the ...
Le contexte d' acquisition : la variation du groupe et de l' individu
(DEPA-Université Paris VIII, 2002)
Le problème du rapport entre le locuteur individuel et le groupe a été étudié par les chercheurs variationnistes. Ceux-ci ont découvert à propos des locuteurs en langue première, que les tendances générales de la communauté ...
Agreeing to disagree: Variable subject-verb agreement in immersion French
(CAAL - ACLA - Association Canadienne de Linguistique Appliquee, 2001)
The present study examines the variable presence/absence of third person plural marking on French verbs in the speech of French immersion students. The analysis considers both linguistic and social factors that condition ...
Variation in the use of discourse markers in a language contact situation
(Cambridge University Press; http://www.cambridge.org/, 1997)
Use of discourse markers by 17 speakers of Anglophone Montreal French (AMF) showed great variation in individual repertoires and frequency of use. Only five subjects manifested rates of usage comparable to those native speakers ...