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SECOND LANGUAGE SYNTAX

Hawkins Roger

Oprawa:
TWARDA

Wydawca:
Wiley–:Blackwell

Data premiery:
2000-12-22

ISBN:
9780631191834

572,25 PLN
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Opis produktu

Adopting the objectives of Chomsky′:s Principles and Parameters approach to Universal Grammar, <:i>:Second Language Syntax<:/i>: takes the reader through the main research findings in second language grammatical development. For each area, empirical findings are linked to proposals made by linguists working within the Principles and Parameters framework, with the aim of developing a theory of second language syntax.<:ul>: <:li>:Offers step–:by–:step explanations of some of the major findings of research in second language acquisition. <:br />: <:/li>: <:li>:Evaluates existing theories of second language syntactic knowledge and development. <:br />: <:/li>: <:li>:Focuses on the role that the innate language faculty plays in second language acquisition.<:/li>:<:/ul>:How do second language learners come to know the combinatorial properties of words and phrases –:–: the syntax –: of the languages they are learning? Do they develop knowledge systematically or randomly? Can they acquire the same range of syntactic knowledge as native speakers of their target language? What effects might different kinds of exposure to the second language have on their knowledge? Adopting the objectives of Chomsky′:s Principles and Parameters approach to Universal Grammar, Second Language Syntax takes the reader through the main research findings in second language grammatical development. For each area, empirical findings are linked to proposals made by linguists working within the Principles and Parameters framework, with the aim of developing a theory of second language syntax. Second Language Syntax presupposes that readers have some knowledge of the aims of linguistic enquiry, but does not assume that they are familiar with either research on second language syntax or the Principles and Parameters framework. Each chapter includes a set of exercises to promote assimilation of the material, as well as suggestions for further reading.How do second language learners come to know the combinatorial properties of words and phrases –:–: the syntax –: of the languages they are learning? Do they develop knowledge systematically or randomly? Can they acquire the same range of syntactic knowledge as native speakers of their target language? What effects might different kinds of exposure to the second language have on their knowledge? Adopting the objectives of Chomsky′:s Principles and Parameters approach to Universal Grammar, Second Language Syntax takes the reader through the main research findings in second language grammatical development. For each area, empirical findings are linked to proposals made by linguists working within the Principles and Parameters framework, with the aim of developing a theory of second language syntax. Second Language Syntax presupposes that readers have some knowledge of the aims of linguistic enquiry, but does not assume that they are familiar with either research on second language syntax or the Principles and Parameters framework. Each chapter includes a set of exercises to promote assimilation of the material, as well as suggestions for further reading.List of Figures. <:p>:List of Tables.<:/p>: <:p>:Preface.<:/p>: <:p>:Acknowledgements.<:/p>: <:p>:1. A Framework for Studying Second Language Syntax.<:/p>: <:p>:2. The Second Language Acquisition of Grammatical Morphology.<:/p>: <:p>:3. The Second Language Acquisition of Negation and Verb Movement.<:/p>: <:p>:4. The Second Language Acquisition of Word Order.<:/p>: <:p>:5. The Second Language Acquisition of Subjects, Objects and Other Participants in Clauses.<:/p>: <:p>:6. The Second Language Acquisition of Nominal Phrases.<:/p>: <:p>:7. Constraints on Syntactic Representations and Second Language Acquisition.<:/p>: <:p>:8. The Construction of a Theory of Second Language Syntax: Some Issues and Controversies.<:/p>: <:p>:References.<:/p>: <:p>:Index.<:/p>:'This book is remarkably clear in its exposition, exhaustive in coverage and intelligent in its argumentation. It will find its niche in the burgeoning field of Second Language Acquisition.' <:i>:Antonella Sorace, University of Edinburgh<:/i>:<:br />: <:p>:<:i>:&:lt:!–:–:end–:–:&:gt:<:/i>:'This is a fine text. The material is well–:chosen and presented in an accessible and engaging manner. The exercises add utility and interest. Moreover, the author′:s unassuming authorial voice and lack of dogmatism make the book a valuable contribution.' <:i>:Margaret Thomas, Boston College<:/i>:<:/p>:<:b>:Roger Hawkins<:/b>: is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex. He is the author of <:i>:Approaches to Second Language Acquisition<:/i>: and <:i>:French Grammar and Usage<:/i>: (both written in collaboration with Richard Towell).

Data Publikacji: 2000-12-22
Wymiary: 250 mm 177 mm 850 gr 27.68 mm

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