Cross-Linguistic Influence in Third Language Acquisition: by Jasone Cenoz, Britta Hufeisen, Ulrike Jessner

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By Jasone Cenoz, Britta Hufeisen, Ulrike Jessner

3rd language acquisition is a typical phenomenon, which offers a few particular features compared to moment language acquisition. This quantity adopts a psycholinguistic process within the learn of cross-linguistic impact in 3rd language acquisition and specializes in the position of formerly received languages and the stipulations that be sure their impression.

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13) ja tycker inte om skriv- skrivare mycke Target form: ‘att skriva’ ‘I don’t like to write much’ ja tycker om att lärare Target form: ‘att lära (= att undervisa)’ ‘I like to teach’ Roles of L1 and L2 in L3 Production and Acquisition 33 i grannarna Target form: ‘grannarna’ ‘the neighbours’ i personer Target form: ‘personerna’ ‘the persons’ Example (13) shows a hypothetical infinitive suffix -are and a definite plural marker i. SW herself identified these forms retrospectively as based on Italian.

In order to obtain expert judgements of SW’s German speech, a taped passage of an interview in German from her first month in Sweden was played to three native teachers of German at Stockholm University. They did not know who the speaker was, and their task was to determine where she came from. Two of the listeners judged her to be a Northern German without a particular local dialect, and the third one suggested ‘an American with excellent knowledge of German, or a German who has lived in America’.

Empty pause pause filler interrupted word morphologically unclear ending interruption, reformulation completion of question sentence completed sentence other than question questioned expression (indication by intonation that feedback is required pertaining to this item) used when the speaker quotes an expression used around a non-adapted switch into a language other than Swedish around capitalised text within speaker’s turn: interlocutor’s feedback insertions Appendix 2 SW’s Narration of the Picture Story Hunden (The Dog) Hunden 1 det är en gammal huset.

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