The components of grammar in the world's languages, their phonetics and phonologies, crosslinguistic
developments, historical aspects of all of them, typology, etc.
Influence in Second Language Acquisition.
Sharwood-Smith (eds.), Crosslinguistic
influence in Second Language acquisition.
The project was data-oriented: we mined grammars and worked with language consultants to gather data on given grammatical topics, such as definite articles or agreement or existential sentences, with the goal of formulating crosslinguistic
This third volume covers the interface of semantics with phonology and morphology, the syntax-semantics interface, the semantics-pragmatics interface, typology and crosslinguistic
semantics, diachronic semantics, processing and learning meaning, and semantics and computer science.
In the following section (Section 2) we present findings from previous studies on the factors that affect the appearance of Crosslinguistic
Influence (CLI) in TLA with special attention to lexical [CLI.sup.i].
2007:394ff for the same argument with regard to the study of crosslinguistic
variation in three-participant events).
interaction and metalinguistic awareness in third language acquisition.
The paper also makes a number of crosslinguistic
observations related to patterns found in Daghestanian.
BROWN, Amanda y Marianne GULLBERG (2008): "Bidirectional crosslinguistic
influence in L1-L2 encoding of manner in speech and gesture: A study of Japanese Speakers of English", en Studies in Second Language Acquisition 30, 2, 225-251.
(1) The abbreviations correspond to the following: CLI: Crosslinguistic
Influence; NL: Native Language; TL: Target Language; IL: Interlanguage.
Es asi que Kellerman y Sharwood Smith (1986) optan por el termino crosslinguistic
influence, Gass y Selinker (1983) y Odlin (1989) por language transfer y el propio James (1990) prefiere el de transfer analysis.