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By Font-Altaba / San Miguel

ISBN-10: 8470931709

ISBN-13: 9788470931703

Atlas De Geología de Font-Altaba / San Miguel. Barcelona, 1978.

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Particle shift in the verb phrase. Instruction on Stage 4 word order was completely successful for this learner. After five days of instruction, the learner applied inversion in four of five possible contexts. This rate of development was far quicker than naturalistic development of Stage 4 word order, which takes months. e. preposing adverbs to sentence initial position while maintaining the verb in second position. Instruction on Stage 4 word order was not successful for this learner, although it appeared that it was.

Clitic pronouns are attached to the end of a finite verb in contexts of an affirmative imperative verb form. (23) ¡Cómelo! ” And they may be attached to the end of a present participle or a non-finite verb in a periphrastic construction, exemplified in (24) and (25), respectively. (24) ¿La naranja? Estoy comiéndola ahora. “The orange? ” (25) Escribí un poema pero no voy a leerlo en voz alta. ” Examples (24) and (25) are unique, however, because the postverbal position of the clitic is not obligatory.

Those with such experience were placed at Level 3 and those without it at Level 2. This wide range in language proficiency and language experience allows us to explore the acquisition of object pronouns in Spanish from a developmental perspective. Because they are instructed learners we explore the effect of formal instruction on second language acquisition in the next chapter. Because an important difference between the learners is study abroad experience we also explore the effect of study abroad experience on second language acquisition in the next chapter.

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