Magdalena Wrembel

List of John Benjamins publications for which Magdalena Wrembel plays a role.



EUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 13 (2013)

Edited by Leah Roberts, Anna Ewert, Miroslaw Pawlak and Magdalena Wrembel

[EUROSLA Yearbook, 13] 2013. viii, 250 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Language teaching | Multilingualism


Dziubalska-Kolaczyk, Katarzyna and Magdalena Wrembel 2024 Chapter 16. A revised Natural Growth Theory of Acquisition: Evidence from L3 phonologyMultilingual Acquisition and Learning: An ecosystemic view to diversity, Babatsouli, Elena (ed.), pp. 426–449 | Chapter
Different theories have been put forward to model bilingual acquisition, yet only few assume a multilingual perspective. In this chapter, the authors aim to briefly overview relevant theoretical approaches to L2/L3 acquisition and offer a revised version of a new framework, which can account for… read more
Zychlinski, Sylwiusz, Anna Skalba, Magdalena Wrembel and Kamil Kaźmierski 2023 How syntactic gradience in L1 affects L3 acquisition: A longitudinal studyLinguistic Approaches to Bilingualism: Online-First Articles | Article
The article reports on a longitudinal study of syntactic cross-linguistic influence (CLI) among L1 Polish learners of L2 English and L3 Norwegian. The study mainly aimed to determine the influence of gradience in L1 on third language acquisition. To this end, four syntactic properties were… read more
In their keynote paper “The Full Transfer/Full Access model and L3 cognitive states” Schwartz & Sprouse (2021, henceforth S&S) present a thorough overview of third language (L3) acquisition transfer models by pinpointing their strong points as well as flaws of a conceptual and empirical nature.… read more
Wrembel, Magdalena 2012 Foreign accentedness in third language acquisition: The case of L3 EnglishThird Language Acquisition in Adulthood, Cabrelli, Jennifer, Suzanne Flynn and Jason Rothman (eds.), pp. 281–310 | Article
Research on the phonological acquisition of a third language (L3) is still in its infancy; therefore, the present contribution is intended to further investigate the area by focusing on the phenomenon of foreign accentedness and the widely disputed sources of cross-linguistic influence in L3… read more