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Bilingual Competence: Linguistic Interference or Grammatical Intergrity?
(National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education, Arlington, 1983)
This study reviews five papers focusing on Spanish in the United States setting in light of traditional and current research in the field of bilingualism. The author discusses methodological, conceptual, and analytical ...
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 ...