Second Language Acquisition and 'Real' French: An Investigation of Subject Doubling in the French of Montreal Anglophones

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Title
Second Language Acquisition and 'Real' French: An Investigation of Subject Doubling in the French of Montreal Anglophones
Abstract
An investigation of the Quebec French-language skills of the first generation of Montreal Anglophones who had access to French immersion schooling. The authors sought to determine the extent to which the Anglophones had acquired the variable grammar of their Quebec Francophone peers, and how that was related to the type of French instruction received and to their exposure to French, especially as adults.
Publication
Language Variation and Change
Volume
Vol. 15
Issue
no. 1
Pages
73-103
Date
2003
Language
en
Citation
Nagy, Naomi, Hélène Blondeau, and Julie Auger. “Second Language Acquisition and ‘Real’ French: An Investigation of Subject Doubling in the French of Montreal Anglophones.” Language Variation and Change Vol. 15, no. 1 (2003): 73–103.
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