L2 children do not fluctuate : Production and on-line processing of indefinite articles in Turkish-speaking child learners of English

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Chondrogianni, Vicky
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HAZNEDAR, Belma, ed. and others. The Acquisition of Turkish in Childhood. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing, 2016, pp. 361-388. Trends in Language Acquisition Research. 20. ISBN 978-90-272-4410-9. Available under: doi: 10.1075/tilar.20.16cho
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In this study, we examined whether Turkish-speaking child L2 learners of English omitted or substituted indefinite articles in a production task that comprised a referential specific and a non-referential predicational semantic context. We also examined the source of children’s errors using a self-paced listening task where children heard grammatical and ungrammatical sentences with indefinite articles present or omitted. L2 children’s performance was compared with that of an age-matched English-speaking L1 group and a younger L1 group. Results showed that all groups distinguished between the two semantic contexts in both tasks. Although children primarily omitted articles, in the on-line processing task, all groups detected the ungrammaticality related to article omission. We interpret these results within the Missing Surface Inflection and Feature Reassembly hypotheses.

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400 Sprachwissenschaft, Linguistik
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Turkish, Childhood bilingualism, English, articles, Fluctuation Hypothesis, specificity, sequential bilingual children, (in)definiteness, Missing Surface inflection Hypothesis., Prosodic Transfer Hypothesis
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ISO 690CHONDROGIANNI, Vicky, Theodoros MARINIS, 2016. L2 children do not fluctuate : Production and on-line processing of indefinite articles in Turkish-speaking child learners of English. In: HAZNEDAR, Belma, ed. and others. The Acquisition of Turkish in Childhood. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing, 2016, pp. 361-388. Trends in Language Acquisition Research. 20. ISBN 978-90-272-4410-9. Available under: doi: 10.1075/tilar.20.16cho
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@incollection{Chondrogianni2016-11-15child-42354,
  year={2016},
  doi={10.1075/tilar.20.16cho},
  title={L2 children do not fluctuate : Production and on-line processing of indefinite articles in Turkish-speaking child learners of English},
  number={20},
  isbn={978-90-272-4410-9},
  publisher={John Benjamins Publishing},
  address={Amsterdam},
  series={Trends in Language Acquisition Research},
  booktitle={The Acquisition of Turkish in Childhood},
  pages={361--388},
  editor={Haznedar, Belma},
  author={Chondrogianni, Vicky and Marinis, Theodoros}
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