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Can minority languages survive in a situation of sustained bilingualism? Ethnolinguistic vitality and language behavior among Indigenous speakers of Quichua in Ecuador
The Russian reflexive in second-language acquisition: Binding preferences and L1 transfer
Placement testing and morphosyntactic development in second language learners of English
Second language sentence processing: Is it fundamentally different?
Identities and local speech in Pittsburgh: A study of regional African American English
Appropriating apocalyptic: Paul Ricoeur's hermeneutics and the discourse of Mark 13
Relationship analysis of image descriptions: An ontological, content analytic approach
Bidirectional transfer: Consequences of translation ambiguity for bilingual word meaning
Challenges in the second language acquisition of derivational morphology: From theory to practice
Testing the Aspect Hypothesis in L2 Russian
Optional agreement and grammatical functions: A corpus study of dative clitic doubling in Spanish
Complexity, Accuracy, and Fluency as Properties of Language Performance: The Development of the Multiple Subsystems over Time and in Relation to Each Other
Testing Processability Theory in L2 Spanish: Can readiness or markedness predict development?
The normative standard of Mandarin in Taiwan: An analysis of variation in metapragmatic discourse
Orthographic quality in English as a second language
Transitive and intransitive constructions in Japanese and English: A psycholinguistic study
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