By Danuta Gabryś-Barker
This quantity provides a variety of moment language acquisition stories on the point of morphosyntax. It seems to be at diverse features of morphosyntactic improvement of bilingual language learners/users reminiscent of language move, syntactic processing, morphology and the pragmatics of language between others. The stories file on initiatives conducted in several language touch contexts, starting from: English, German, Polish, Greek and Turkish. the quantity additionally contains these reviews which convey the interface among learn findings and pedagogy of international language educating.
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They require more attention, mental effort and processing time for the recipient. Givón’s understanding of markedness is extremely useful in the present context since it integrates the notion of cognitive complexity, and postulates a correlation between markedness and the cognitivephysiological complexity of linguistic units: marked structures require more cognitive work in order to be processed. Raising is one of the phenomena studied by Hawkins (1986), who proposes that English/German contrasts can be explained in terms of a typological continuum whereby languages vary according to the degree to which morphological and syntactic surface form and semantic meaning correspond.
Conclusion This chapter has reviewed a wide range of work on focus constructions and has given special attention to the problem of language transfer in relation to those structures. The key ﬁndings are these: • While there exists considerable typological variation in focus constructions, clefting, word order shifts and focus particles are three major formal types. All three are involved in speciﬁc cases of cross-linguistic inﬂuence. • Relevance theory allows for insights about pragmatic commonalities in focus constructions.
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Morphosyntactic Issues in Second Language Acquisition by Danuta Gabryś-Barker