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BukuThe current state of interlanguage: Studies in honor of William E. Rutherford
Author: Eubank, Lynn (Editor); Selinker, Larry (Editor); Smith, Michael Sharwood (Editor)
Bahasa: (EN )    ISBN: 90-272-2152-9    
Penerbit: John Benjamins     Tempat Terbit: Amsterdam    Tahun Terbit: 1995    
Jenis: Books
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  2. I-interlanguage and typology The case of topic-prominence, halaman 17-30
  3. Universals, SLA, and language pedagogy 1984 revisited, halaman 31-42
  4. Learnability, pre-emption, domain-specifity, and the instructional value of "Master Mind", halaman 43-54
  5. Why we need grammar Confessions of a cognitive generalist, halaman 55-62
  6. Chasing after linguistic theory How minimal should we be?, halaman 63-72
  7. The irrelevance of verbal feedback to language learning, halaman 73-88
  8. Indirect negative evidence, inductive inferencing, and second language acquistion, halaman 89-106
  9. The negative effects of 'positive' evidence on L2 phonology, halaman 107-122
  10. German plurals in adult second language development Evidence for a dual-mechanism model of inflection, halaman 123-138
  11. Universal grammar in L2 acquisition Some thoughts on Schachter's incompleteness hypothesis, halaman 139-152
  12. Acquiring linking rules and argument structures in a second language The unaccusative/unergative distinction, halaman 153-176
  13. Data, evidence and rules, halaman 177-196
  14. Markedness aspects of case-marking in L1 French/L2 English interlanguage, halaman 197-204
  15. Language transfer: What do we really mean?, halaman 205-218
  16. Age before beauty Johnson and newport revisited, halaman 219-232
  17. Style-shifting in oral interlanguage Quantification and definition, halaman 233-240
  18. Observations of language use in Spanish immersion classroom interactions, halaman 241-254
  19. Some neurolinguistic evidence regarding variation in interlanguage use The status of the 'switch mechanism', halaman 255-264
  20. Beyond 2000 A measure of productive lexicon in a second language, halaman 265-272
  21. A first crosslinguistic look at paths The difference between end-legs and medial ones, halaman 273-286

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