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Pronoun interpretation in the second language

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Professor Roumyana Slabakova University of Southampton & University of Iowa and Professor Lydia White McGill University 28th April 2014 Abstract A much-studied phenomenon in first language (L1) acquisition concerns the fact that children have greater difficulty in interpreting sentences with pronouns than with reflexives, the so-called Delay of Principle B Effect (DPBE). In addition, Chien […]


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