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Schulgrammatik im Spagat
In this essay I understand school grammar as academic grammar for future teachers. It aims at linguistic awareness, not linguistic knowledge, which is an essential common ground with grammar lessons at school. It is about ...
Multi‐speaker experimental designs: Methodological considerations
Research on language use has become increasingly interested in the multimodal and interactional aspects of language – theoretical models of dialogue, such as the Communication Accommodation Theory and the Interactive ...
A new perspective on referentiality in elicited narratives: Introduction to the Special Issue
This special issue investigates the use of referential expressions in elicited picture-based narratives by children with and without developmental language disorders, across a range of languages and language combinations. ...
Character introductions in oral narratives of Swedish-German bilingual preschoolers
Closely related Swedish and German both mark information status of referents morphologically, though little is known about its acquisition. This study investigates character introductions in the narratives of 4- and ...
A Plural Indefinite Article in Heritage Greek: The Role of Register
This paper investigates the use of kati “some” by Greek Heritage Speakers (HSs) in comparison to monolinguals. While all Greek determiners are marked for gender, case, and number, and agree with their nominal complement, ...
The Radical Unacceptability Hypothesis: Accounting for Unacceptability without Universal Constraints
The Radical Unacceptability Hypothesis (RUH) has been proposed as a way of explaining the unacceptability of extraction from islands and frozen structures. This hypothesis explicitly assumes a distinction between unacceptability ...