The acquisition of lexical and functional categories in English and German learners of Italian as a Foreign Language

Rita Calabrese & Silvia Palermo
The study of morphosyntactic development in children has a long tradition in both first (L1) and second (L2) language acquisition theories and literatures. In particular, «researchers of child language acquisition have long noted that children pass through developmental stages of grammatical morphology with […] variable or optional production rates of morphosyntactic inflection» due to incomplete inflectional representations of features. In spite of the large number of studies on these issues, specific cross-linguistic research which could...
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