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Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Sidgwick Site, Lecture Block, Lecture Theatre 1 (LB1)
10.30-11.00: Buthaina Shaheen (Essex) ‘The acquisition of restrictive relative clauses in L2 English by first language speakers of Lattakian Syrian Arabic’
11.00-11.30: Mohammad Alharbi (Essex) ‘L2 Acquisition of the causative/inchoative alternation in English by Arabic learners’
11.45-12.15: Peter Crosthwaite (Cambridge) ‘Accounting for first-mention bridging descriptions: evidence from L1 English, Mandarin, Korean and L2 English oral narratives’
12.15-12.45: Karima Ben Abbes (Essex) ‘The acquisition of grammatical gender and gender concord in the L3 French DP’
12.45-13.45: SANDWICH LUNCH (Lecturers’ Common Room, Raised Faculty Building)
13.45-14.15: Mutsumi Ogawa (Essex) ‘Mental representation of mass and count nouns in L2 English by Japanese learners’
14.15-14.45: Calbert Graham (Cambridge) ‘Intonational variation in L2 English: a compositional analysis of the development of English intonation in Japanese and Spanish L1 speakers’
15.00-15.30: Elaine Schmidt (Cambridge) ‘The role of phonological factors in rhythm development in Spanish-English simultaneous bilinguals’
15.30-16.00: Ena Hodzik (Cambridge) ‘Predictive processes during simultaneous interpreting from German into English’
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