Review In:
The Unit of Processing in Chinese
Edited by Tianlin Wang
[International Journal of Chinese Linguistics 11:1] 2024
► pp. 130142
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Appendix. Chapter list of Jiang (2014)

Yang, B., & Wu, Q.
(2014) Acquiring the Perfective Aspect Marker Le in Different Learning Contexts. In N. Jiang (Ed.), Advances in Chinese as a Second Language: Acquisition and Processing (pp. 10–32). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.Google Scholar
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Huang, S.
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(2014) Expressing Caused Motion Events in L2 Chinese: The Case of Learning a Language That Is Typologically Similar to the Learners’ L1. In N. Jiang (Ed.), Advances in Chinese as a Second Language: Acquisition and Processing (pp. 271–298). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.Google Scholar