Optionality and overgeneralisation patterns in second language acquisition: Where has the expletive ensconced «it»self?

Optionality and overgeneralisation patterns in second language acquisition: Where has the expletive ensconced «it»self?

This book discusses the nature of optionality in second language grammars and the indeterminacy observed in second language users’ linguistic representations. For these purposes, experimental data from 213 learners of German and 150 learners of Russian have been collected and analysed with a special focus on the acquisition of various «subjectless» and impersonal constructions as well as argument licensing. Whereas voice alternations and argument licensing are… (more)

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Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (September 30, 2015)

Collection: Potsdam Linguistic Investigations / Potsdamer Linguistische Untersuchungen / Recherches Linguistiques à Potsdam

Parent ISBN: 9783631667989

Page count: 269 pages

Language: English


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