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ERIC Number: EJ407094
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1989
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Do Second Language Learners Acquire Restrictive Relative Clauses on the Basis of Relational or Configurational Information? The Acquisition of French Subject, Direct Object and Genitive Restrictive Relative Clauses by Second Language Learners.
Hawkins, Roger
Second Language Research, v5 n2 p156-88 Dec 1989
Examination of how French second language learners construct rules for French relativiser morphology found that learners did not make use of a theory of markedness like the accessibility hierarchy for relativization, but rather appeared to construct rules on the basis of the linear ordering of the constituents of restrictive relative clauses in surface configurations. (28 references) (Author/CB)
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Language: English
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