Cross-linguistic Influence in Third Language Acquisition: Psycholinguistic Perspectives
Jasone Cenoz, Britta Hufeisen, Ulrike Jessner
Multilingual Matters, Jan 1, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 197 pages
Third language acquisition is a common phenomenon, which presents some specific characteristics as compared to second language acquisition. This volume adopts a psycholinguistic approach in the study of cross-linguistic influence in third language acquisition and focuses on the role of previously acquired languages and the conditions that determine their influence.
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activation Applied Linguistics associates base language Basque bilingual bound morphemes C-test Cenoz Clevedon code-switching cognitive conceptual metaphor cross-linguistic influence Dewaele Dutch Ecke elicit English example factors foreign language formal situation French function words gestures Grosjean honorifics Hufeisen interlanguage transfer Italian Jessner Kellerman Korean and Japanese L2 and L3 L3 production language learning language mode continuum language production language switches language transfer learners lemmas lexeme lexical inventions lexical items lexical organisation linguistic distance mental lexicon metaphor mixed utterances monolingual morphemes Multilingual Matters mycke native language native speakers non-native language palabra phonological polyglot Poulisse prepositional verbs proficiency psycholinguistic recall responses Ringbom role satellite-framed second language acquisition Selinker semantic similar sociolinguistic source language Spanish speech act strategy subjects Swedish target language target word task third language acquisition tion tip-of-the-tongue translation trilingualism types Williams & Hammarberg word search