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Vous or tu ? Native and non-native speakers of French on a sociolinguistic tight rope
(Mouton Publishers, 2004)
Sociolinguistic rules governing choice of pronouns of address are notoriously difficult in French, despite the fact that the number of variants is rather limited: the more formal vous versus the more informal tu. Children ...
The acquisition of sociolinguistic competence in French as a foreign language: An overview
(Cambridge University Press - Copyright holder: Cambridge University Press - Http://journals.canbridge.org, 2004)
The present contribution presents an overview of studies in French as a second (L2) and/or foreign language that consider the effects of extralinguistic variables (mostly instructional, experiential and situational factors) ...
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 ...
Sociodemographic, psychological and politico-cultural correlates in Flemish students' attitude toward French and English
(Multilingual Matters & Channel View Publications, 2005)
An analysis of 100 Flemish high-school students' attitudes towards French and English (both foreign languages) revealed complex links etween personality factors, gender, politicocultural identity, communicative behaviour ...
Variation synchronique des taux d'exactitude
(Mouton Publishers, 1994)
This paper examines the effect of formality in 3 different situations on the oral production of advanced French interlanguage. An analysis of the morphological and lexical systems of 39 Dutch-speaking students revealed ...