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Title Second language acquisition and linguistic theory / edited by John Archibald
Published Malden, Mass. : Blackwell, 2000

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Description vii, 256 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents 1. The interrelation between Speech Perception and Phonological Acquisition from Infant to Adult / Cynthia Brown -- 2. Second Language Syllable Structure / Martha Young-Scholten and John Archibald -- 3. Mapping Features to Forms in Second Language Acquisition / Donna Lardiere -- 4. Second Language Acquisition: From Initial to Final State / Lydia White -- 5. When Syntactic Theories Evolve: Consequences for L2 Acquisition Research / Bonnie D. Schwartz and Rex A. Sprouse -- 6. An Overview of the Second Language Acquisition of Links between Verb Semantics and Morpho-syntax / Alan Juffs -- 7. Representation and Processing in the Second Language Lexicon: The Homogeneity Hypothesis / Gary Libben
Summary "This volume provides an overview of contemporary second language acquisition from a linguistic point of view. Written by leading scholars, it contains some of the most exciting current work in second language acquisition available today. Each of the newly commissioned chapters outlines core problems and research in a specific domain, before going on to present important new developments and original research."--BOOK JACKET
Analysis Adquisición del segundo idioma
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Second language acquisition.
Author Archibald, John.
LC no. 99016612
ISBN 0631205926 paperback acid-free paper
0631205918 acid-free paper