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Author: Michael Becker

SR shows a typical acquisition pattern of first avoiding marked structures, then repairing them, then producing them faithfully. I propose a method for diagnosing and quantifying avoidance, and then analyze the avoidance using the null parse approach. I offer a computationally implemented Tessier 2007, 2008, 2009, Becker and Tessier 2012), modeling the avoidance of marked structure as selection of the null parse. The model predicts a realistic acquisition path using a persistent M > F > MParse bias and the relativization of MParse to markedness constraints.

In: Brill's Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics

study of Spanish paradigm gaps”. West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 22 Proceedings ed. by Gina Garding and Mimu Tsujimura, 1–14. Somerville, Mass.: Cascadilla Press. Baronian, Luc V. 2005. North of phonology . Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University. Hudson, Richard. 2000. “*I amn’t”. Language

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics

dictionary of Modern Greek koine] . 1998. Thessa- loniki: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Institute of Modern Greek Studies. Albright, Adam. 2003. “A quantitative study of Spanish paradigm gaps”. West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 22 Proceedings ed. by Gina Garding and Mimu Tsujimura, 1

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics

) model, and used it for studies aiming at bridging the paradigm gap between learner and second language varieties. Our objective is to chart new elf data and thereby broaden the scope of written elf corpora using what we call a bottom-up approach. We illustrate that, apart from the academic domain

In: From Data to Evidence in English Language Research
Author: Beke Hansen

of English. The lack of analyses of esl varieties with respect to sla was identified as a ‘paradigm gap’ early on by Sridhar and Sridhar (1982) . The very basic similarity between esl and efl varieties lies in their origin as learner varieties. Both varieties may show features that develop

In: Corpus Linguistics and Sociolinguistics

(Thums 295–296). The Living Language In Romantic poetry and the vitalist study of nature, the paradigm gap is filled by means of subjunctive thinking which is open to novelty and provisionality and which regards theory as orienting action. 9 Within the new mythology, this subjunctive thinking is

In: From Ego to Eco

articles. The semantic considerations I have discussed show that the portmanteau forms fill a paradigm gap. The PP category itself, in fact, has been problematic throughout the history of generative syntax, quite apart from the probem at hand: while predicted to exist by systems that classify lexical

In: Sound and Grammar