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  1. The acquisition of tense in English: Distinguishing child second language from first language and specific language impairment

    by Paradis, J.; Rice, M.L.; Crago, M.; Marquis, J.

    This study reports on a comparison of the use and knowledge of tense-marking morphemes in English by first language (L1),...

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  2. Adjectives and the Organization of Lexical Inventories

    by Beck, David

    A definition lexical classes is proposed based on the mapping between the prototypical semantic and the unmarked syntactic...

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  4. Bilingual children with specific language impairment: Theoretical and applied issues

    by Paradis, J.

    Bilingualism is often considered an inappropriate developmental choice for children with specific language impairment (SLI)...

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  5. Community Collaborations: Best practices for North American Indigenous language documentation

    by Penfield, Susan D.; Serratos, Angelina; Tucker, Benjamin V.; Flores, Amelia; Harper, Gilford; Hill, Johnny Jr.; Vasquez, Nora

    This article describes a collaborative project for language documentation involving the North American indigenous languages...

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  6. Contextual effects on the duration of ejective fricatives in Upper Necaxa Totonac

    by Rebekka Puderbaugh

    The present paper investigates the effects of word position, stress and vowel phonation on the duration of ejective fricatives...

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  7. Crosslinguistic transfer in the acquisition of compound words in Persian-English bilinguals

    by Foroodi-Nejad, F.; Paradis, J.

    Crosslinguistic transfer in bilingual language acquisition has been widely reported in various linguistic domains (e.g., D¨opke,...

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  8. Early emergence of structural constraints on code-mixing: evidence from French-English bilingual children

    by Paradis, J.; Nicoladis, E.; Genesee, F.

    Does young bilingual children's code-mixing obey the same structural constraints as bilingual adults' code-mixing? The present...

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  11. Extracting the Lowest-Frequency Words: Pitfalls and Possibilities

    by Weeber, M.; Vos, R.; Baayen, R.H.

    In a medical information extraction system, we use common word association techniques to extract side-effect-related terms....

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  13. Illustrations of the IPA: Temne

    by Kanu, Sullay M.; Tucker, Benjamin V.

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  14. Intelligibility of foreign-accented words: Acoustic distances and gradient foreign accentedness

    by Porretta, Vincent; Tucker, Benjamin V.

    Intelligibility and degree of accentedness are interrelated aspects of non-native speech. Previous research suggests that...

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  15. Interpreters' Identities: An Exploratory Study of Vietnamese Interpreters in Vietnam

    by Le, E.; Ménard, N.; Van Nhan, N.

    This qualitative exploratory study of Vietnamese interpreters in Vietnam argues that the progressive dispelling of the interpreters’...

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  16. Language Loss and Linguistic Suicide: A Case Study from the Sierra Norte De Puebla, Mexico

    by Beck, D.; Lam. Y.

    In this paper we propose the term “linguistic suicide” to refer to situations where parents who are speakers of a minority...

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  17. Lexical acquisition over time in minority first language children learning English as a second language

    by Goldberg, H.; Paradis, J.; Crago, M.

    The English second language development of 19 children (mean age at outset = 5 years, 4 months) from various first language...

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  19. Medial stop reduction and word recognition “in the wild”

    by Tucker, Benjamin V.; Brenner, Daniel; Sims, Michelle

    Research on laboratory speech has uncovered many aspects of speech perception and comprehension, however we still know very...

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  20. Patterns of usage for English SIT, STAND, and LIE: A cognitively-inspired exploration in corpus linguistics

    by Newman, John; Rice, Sally

    Posture verbs with the meanings ‘‘sit’’, ‘‘stand’’, and ‘‘lie’’ are of considerable interest within cognitive linguistics...

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