Grenadine 1 alum by Marie-Laure Poletti, Clelia Paccagnino

By Marie-Laure Poletti, Clelia Paccagnino

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Inf the television such is the wish of my friends ‘My friends all wish to watch television’ b. Regarder tous la télévision, tel est le voeux de mes amis. However, nonfinite lexical verbs can only follow negative adverbs, as shown in (11) and (12). (11) a. Mes amis (n’) ont pas regardé la télévision. my friends neg have+3p not watched the television ‘My friends didn’t watch television’ b. *Mes amis (n’) ont regardé pas la télévision. (12) a. Ne pas regarder la télévision est une bonne chose. inf the television is a good thing ‘Not watching television is a good thing’ b.

This first chapter lays out the main linguistic facts of French that have been investigated in acquisition research. In particular, properties pertaining to verbal morphology and verb placement are reviewed, along with the theoretical analyses that have been proposed to account for these facts. Acquisition questions will then be raised, which will be addressed in the upcoming chapters. 1â•… Verbal morphology The verbal inflection paradigm of spoken French is relatively poor. Although inflectional markers are in general graphically distinct from each other, the distinctions are not audible in most cases.

Learners are assumed to be equipped with UG and not to use their prior knowledge of language (in the form of the L1); parametric values and operating principles of the L2 are activated solely on the basis of the input. At the other extreme are researchers who assume that the entire grammar of the mother tongue is transferred into the initial IL grammar (Schwartz & Sprouse’s (1994, 1996) Full Transfer/Full Access Hypthesis). That is, L2 learners start with all the parametric values and the operating principles of the L1 and maintain these properties until counterevidence is found in the input, at which point a restructuring of the IL grammar is triggered.

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