Ayşe Gürel

List of John Benjamins publications for which Ayşe Gürel plays a role.

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Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Turkic languages

EUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 7 (2007)

Edited by Leah Roberts, Ayşe Gürel, Sibel Tatar and Leyla Martı

[EUROSLA Yearbook, 7] 2007. iv, 207 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Language teaching | Multilingualism

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This book brings together the findings of current studies on the acquisition Turkish as a second language (L2). The fact that Turkish is a under-researched language in the context of second language acquisition (SLA), combined with the need to address theoretical issues which have largely been… read more | Article
Cross-linguistic research suggests that the processing of multimorphemic words in a language is tuned by its morphological characteristics. This means the processing pattern of a language either as a first (L1) or a second language (L2) can be influenced by its morphological properties. In L2… read more | Article
Montrul, Silvina and Ayşe Gürel 2015 The Acquisition of Differential Object Marking in Spanish by Turkish speakersThe Acquisition of Spanish in Understudied Language Pairings, Judy, Tiffany and Silvia Perpiñán (eds.), pp. 281–308
The obligatory use of the preposition ‘a’ with animate, specific direct objects in Spanish (Juan conoce a María ‘Juan knows Maria’) is a well-known instance of Differential Object Marking (DOM). This study investigates the acquisition of DOM in Spanish by native speakers of Turkish, a language that… read more | Article
Gürel, Ayşe and Gülsen Yılmaz 2013 Restructuring in the L1 Turkish grammar: Effects of L2 English and L2 DutchFirst Language Attrition, Schmid, Monika S. and Barbara Köpke (eds.), pp. 37–66
This paper compares results of two studies examining L2 English and L2 Dutch-induced syntactic changes that occur in L1 Turkish grammars of speakers living in North America and in the Netherlands, respectively. We examine potential restructuring in the L1 knowledge of binding properties of overt… read more | Article
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Gürel, Ayşe and Gülsen Yılmaz 2011 Restructuring in the L1 Turkish grammar: Effects of L2 English and L2 DutchFirst language attrition/L'attrition de la langue première, Schmid, Monika S. and Barbara Köpke (eds.), pp. 221–250
This paper compares results of two studies examining L2 English and L2 Dutch-induced syntactic changes that occur in L1 Turkish grammars of speakers living in North America and in the Netherlands, respectively. We examine potential restructuring in the L1 knowledge of binding properties of overt… read more | Article
Mede, Enisa and Ayşe Gürel 2010 Acquisition of English articles in early bilingualismEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 10 (2010), Roberts, Leah, Martin Howard, Muiris Ó Laoire and David Singleton (eds.), pp. 193–219
It has been suggested that child L1 learners overuse the definite article in indefinite contexts due to maturational/pragmatic factors such as egocentricity and an inability to differentiate common ground contexts from speaker beliefs-only contexts (Maratsos 1976; Schaeffer & Matthewson 2005).… read more | Article
Gürel, Ayşe 2007 (Psycho)linguistic determinants of L1 attritionLanguage Attrition: Theoretical perspectives, Köpke, Barbara, Monika S. Schmid, Merel Keijzer and Susan Dostert (eds.), pp. 99–119
This paper addresses the issue of selectivity in first language (L1) attrition of syntax by investigating the effects of L2 Turkish binding properties of reflexives and pronouns in the L1 English grammar. The L2 Turkish-induced L1 English attrition data is discussed in comparison with L2… read more | Article
Gürel, Ayşe 2006 L2 acquisition of pragmatic and syntactic constraints in the use of overt and null subject pronounsInquiries in Linguistic Development: In honor of Lydia White, Slabakova, Roumyana, Silvina Montrul and Philippe Prévost (eds.), pp. 259–282
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Gürel, Ayşe 2004 Attrition in L1 competence: The case of TurkishFirst Language Attrition: Interdisciplinary perspectives on methodological issues, Schmid, Monika S., Barbara Köpke, Merel Keijzer and Lina Weilemar (eds.), pp. 225 ff.
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