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The Usage-based Study of Language Learning and Multilingualism

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  1. Cover
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  1. Half title, Series titles, Title page, Copyright, Dedication
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Illustrations
  2. pp. ix-xiv
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. xv-xvi
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  1. 1. Introduction: The Vibrant and Expanded Study of Usage-based Language Learning and Multilingualism
  2. Lourdes Ortega, Andrea E. Tyler
  3. pp. 1-12
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  1. Part I. Usage-based Development of Language Across the Lifespan
  2. pp. 13-14
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  1. 2. A Multimodal Approach to the Development of Negation in Signed and Spoken Languages: Four Case Studies
  2. Aliyah Morgenstern, Pauline Beaupoil-Hourdel, Marion Blondel, Dominique Boutet
  3. pp. 15-36
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  1. 3. Why Don’t You Just Learn it from the Input? A Usage-based Corpus Study on the Acquisition of Conventionalized Indirect Speech Acts in English and German
  2. Ursula Kania
  3. pp. 37-54
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  1. 4. Prepositional Phrases as Manner Adverbials in the Development of Hebrew L1 Text Production
  2. Gilad Brandes, Dorit Ravid
  3. pp. 55-74
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  1. 5. Negative Constructions in Nonliterate Learners’ Spoken L2 Finnish
  2. Taina Tammelin-Laine, Maisa Martin
  3. pp. 75-90
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  1. 6. How do Multilinguals Conceptualize Interactions Among Languages Studied? Operationalizing Perceived Positive Language Interaction (PPLI)
  2. Amy S. Thompson
  3. pp. 91-112
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  1. Part II. The Corpus-aided, Usage-based Study of Learner Language
  2. pp. 113-114
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  1. 7. A Friendly Conspiracy of Input, L1, and Processing Demands: That-variation in the Language of German and Spanish Learners of English
  2. Stefanie Wulff
  3. pp. 115-136
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  1. 8. Measuring Lexical Frequency: Comparison Groups and Subject Expression in L2 Spanish
  2. Bret Linford, Avizia Long, Megan Solon, Kimberly L. Geeslin
  3. pp. 137-154
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  1. 9. Article Omission: Toward Establishing How Referents Are Tracked in L2 English
  2. Monika Ekiert
  3. pp. 155-170
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  1. 10. Measuring L2 Explicit Knowledge of English Verb-Particle Constructions: Frequency and Semantic Transparency at Two Proficiency Levels
  2. Helen Zhao, Fenfen Le
  3. pp. 171-186
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  1. Part III. The Experimental Study of Usage-based Processing and Learning
  2. pp. 187-188
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  1. 11. Can English-Spanish Emerging Bilinguals Use Agreement Morphology to Overcome Word Order Bias?
  2. Silvia Marijuan, Sol Lago, Cristina Sanz
  3. pp. 189-210
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  1. 12. Miniature Artificial Language Learning as a Complement to Typological Data
  2. Maryia Fedzechkina, Elissa L. Newport, T. Florian Jaeger
  3. pp. 211-232
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  1. Part IV. Multilingualism in the Wild: Usage-based Insights
  2. pp. 233-234
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  1. 13. Patterns of Interaction in Doctor-Patient Communication and Their Impact on Health Outcomes
  2. Diana Slade, Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen, Graham Lock, Jack Pun, Marvin Lam
  3. pp. 235-254
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  1. 14. Toward a Model of Multilingual Usage
  2. Michel Achard, Sarah Lee
  3. pp. 255-274
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 275-280
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 281-290
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