Current Visions of TAML2
Tense, Aspect and Modality in Second Languages
Special issue of the Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 8:1 (2019)
[Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics, 8:1] 2019. v, 135 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Current visions of TAML2Paz González, Tim Diaubalick, and Nivja de Jong | pp. 1–4
Naive physics vs compositionality in evaluating the Lexical Aspect HypothesisHenk J. Verkuyl | pp. 5–23
Task and L1 effects: Dutch students acquiring the Spanish past tensesPaz González and Tim Diaubalick | pp. 24–40
A ‘mixed methods’ approach for investigating aspect in a second language: Evidence from the SPLLOC projectLaura Domínguez | pp. 41–66
Transfer in L3 acquisition: How does L2 aspectual knowledge in English influence the acquisition of perfective and imperfective aspect in L3 Spanish among German-speaking learners?Lukas Eibensteiner | pp. 67–83
Speaker’s stance and subjectivity in the epistemic modal and evidential use of the Spanish imperfecto in journalistic textsVerónica Böhm | pp. 84–99
The effects of telicity, dynamicity and punctuality in L2 acquisition of Spanish Preterit and ImperfectLucía Quintana Hernández | pp. 100–116
A single concept to teach mood contrast in SpanishElena Solá Simón | pp. 117–135