Aafke Hulk

List of John Benjamins publications for which Aafke Hulk plays a role.

Book series


Internal and External Factors in Child Second Language Acquisition

Edited by Aafke Hulk and Theodoros Marinis

Special issue of Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 1:3 (2011) v, 139 pp.
Subjects Language acquisition | Multilingualism | Sociolinguistics and Dialectology

The Lexicon–Syntax Interface in Second Language Acquisition

Edited by Roeland van Hout, Aafke Hulk, Folkert Kuiken and Richard J. Towell

Subjects Language acquisition | Semantics | Syntax


Stadt, Rosalinde, Aafke Hulk and Petra Sleeman 2018 The influence of L2 English on L3 French acquisition in bilingual education*CLIL and Bilingual Education in the Netherlands, Mearns, Tessa and Rick de Graaff (eds.), pp. 227–245
In the present paper, we compare L2 English influence on French third language acquisition (L3A) in first-year and third-year bilingual stream secondary school students and in third-year mainstream secondary school students by means of a gap-filling task. We found that the influence of L2 English… read more | Article
In this study, we test the L2 Status Factor hypothesis (Bardel & Falk, 2007, 2012), which claims that the L2 is the preferred background language over the L1 in L3 acquisition (henceforth L3A), and we investigate the effect of L2 English exposure on the role of the L1 and the L2 in L3A. We examine… read more | Chapter
Hulk, Aafke 2017 Note on cross-linguistic influence: Back to “MULK”Cross-linguistic Influence in Bilingualism: In honor of Aafke Hulk, Blom, Elma, Leonie Cornips and Jeannette Schaeffer (eds.), pp. 15–24
Osch, Brechje van, Aafke Hulk, Petra Sleeman and Suzanne Aalberse 2017 Chapter 4. Knowledge of mood in internal and external interface contexts in Spanish heritage speakers in the NetherlandsMultidisciplinary Approaches to Bilingualism in the Hispanic and Lusophone World, Bellamy, Kate, Michael W. Child, Paz González, Antje Muntendam and M. Carmen Parafita Couto (eds.), pp. 67–92
This study investigates Spanish heritage speakers in the Netherlands on their judgments of Spanish mood in a syntactic context and in two interface contexts: the internal interface between syntax and semantics and the external interface between syntax and pragmatics. The strong version of the… read more | Chapter
Stadt, Rosalinde, Aafke Hulk and Petra Sleeman 2016 The influence of L2 English and immersion education on L3 French in the NetherlandsLinguistics in the Netherlands 2016, Audring, Jenny and Sander Lestrade (eds.), pp. 152–165
In this paper, we test the L2 Status Factor (Bardel & Falk, 2007) by examining to what extent Dutch secondary school students (13–15 years) prefer L2 English over L1 Dutch in L3 French acquisition, and we study the influence of L2 education by comparing an English immersion curriculum vs. a regular… read more | Article
Osch, Brechje van, Aafke Hulk, Petra Sleeman and Pablo Irizarri van Suchtelen 2014 Gender agreement in interface contexts in the oral production of heritage speakers of Spanish in the NetherlandsLinguistics in the Netherlands 2014, Auer, Anita and Björn Köhnlein (eds.), pp. 93–106
In this paper we present an analysis of Spanish heritage speakers’ oral production of gender agreement outside the DP as an innovative source of support for the Interface Hypothesis (Sorace & Filiaci 2006). We demonstrate that, besides commonly known factors such as the gender, animacy and… read more | Article
Aacquisition of the grammatical gender of the Dutch definite common determiner de and neuter het is a long-lasting process since monolingual children do not acquire a target grammar with respect to the use of het until the age of six. Before that age, they overuse de. Bilingual child acquirers from… read more | Article
Sleeman, Petra and Aafke Hulk 2013 L1 acquisition of noun ellipsis in French and in Dutch: Consequences for linguistic theoryRomance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2011: Selected papers from 'Going Romance' Utrecht 2011, Baauw, Sergio, Frank Drijkoningen, Luisa Meroni and Manuela Pinto (eds.), pp. 249–266
In the literature several theoretical analyses of nominal ellipsis of various languages have been proposed. In this exploratory and comparative study the L1 French and Dutch acquisition of noun ellipsis is analyzed. The L1 data suggest that a theoretical analysis of the licensing mechanisms of… read more | Article
Keij, Brigitta, Leonie Cornips, Roeland van Hout, Aafke Hulk and Joanne van Emmerik 2012 : The acquisition of grammatical gender and the definite determiner in Dutch by L1-TD, L1-SLI, and eL2 childrenLinguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 2:4, pp. 379–403
Dutch nouns are divided into two groups according to grammatical gender which is, among others, marked on the definite determiner: common nouns take the definite determiner de and neuter nouns take the definite determiner het. This study is unique in systematically investigating the acquisition of… read more | Article
Unsworth, Sharon, Aafke Hulk and Theodoros Marinis 2011 Internal and External Factors in Child Second Language Acquisition, Hulk, Aafke and Theodoros Marinis (eds.), pp. 207–212
Brouwer, Susanne, Leonie Cornips and Aafke Hulk 2008 Misrepresentation of Dutch neuter gender in older bilingual children?Current Trends in Child Second Language Acquisition: A generative perspective, Haznedar, Belma and Elena Gavruseva (eds.), pp. 83–96
Previous research revealed that monolingual children between 11- and 13-yearold show a target-like production with respect to gender assignment of definite determiners whereas this is not the case for bilingual children who massively overgeneralize de. In order to further investigate this… read more | Article
Hulk, Aafke 2007 Deviance in early child bilingualismRomance Linguistics 2006: Selected papers from the 36th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), New Brunswick, March-April 2006, Camacho, José, Nydia Flores-Ferrán, Liliana Sánchez, Viviane Déprez and María José Cabrera (eds.), pp. 177 ff.
Notley, Anna, Elisabeth van der Linden and Aafke Hulk 2007 Cross-linguistic influence in bilingual children: The case of dislocationRomance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2005: Selected papers from ‘Going Romance’, Utrecht, 8–10 December 2005, Baauw, Sergio, Frank Drijkoningen and Manuela Pinto (eds.), pp. 229–258
Serratrice et al. (2004) propose to extend Hulk & Müller’s (2000, 2001) hypothesis on cross-linguistic influence in early child bilingualism to include cases of influence after instantiation of the C-system (i.e. at a later stage of development). In the present article, we explore whether such an… read more | Article
Cornips, Leonie and Aafke Hulk 2006 External and internal factors in billingual and bidialectal language development: Grammatical gender of the Dutch definite determinerL2 Acquisition and Creole Genesis: Dialogues, Lefebvre, Claire, Lydia White and Christine Jourdan (eds.), pp. 355–377
Hulk, Aafke and Leonie Cornips 2006 Neuter gender and interface vulnerability in child L2/2L1 DutchPaths of Development in L1 and L2 acquisition: In honor of Bonnie D. Schwartz, Unsworth, Sharon, Teresa Parodi, Antonella Sorace and Martha Young-Scholten (eds.), pp. 107–134
Linden, Elisabeth van der, Aafke Hulk en Anna Notley 2005 Daar Zijn ze Weer, de Dieren: Dislocatiestructuren bij (een- en) tweetalige kinderenMeertaligheid zonder meer, pp. 59–69
In this paper, we investigate the development of dislocation structures in three French-Dutch bilingual children. Dislocations are a syntactic means of marking the element that is the topic of an utterance. As such, they constitute the interface between syntax and pragmatics, a domain that has been… read more | Article
Hout, Roeland van, Aafke Hulk and Folkert Kuiken 2003 10. The interface: Concluding remarksThe Lexicon–Syntax Interface in Second Language Acquisition, Hout, Roeland van, Aafke Hulk, Folkert Kuiken and Richard J. Towell (eds.), pp. 219–226
Hulk, Aafke, Janneke Peet and Leonie Cornips 2003 Acquiring the Syntax of beaucoup at a distance as a Bilingual Child: An Experimental StudyRomance Linguistics: Theory and Acquisition, Pérez-Leroux, Ana Teresa and Yves Roberge (eds.), pp. 299–316
Linden, Elisabeth van der en Aafke Hulk 2000 Ik Deux Jambes: Variatie in de Taal van Tweetalige KinderenOnderzoek ontmoet onderwijs, pp. 137–144
In this paper, we argue that variation in child bilingualism has received too little attention. The literature on monolingual acquisition shows that children vary in the routes they follow towards linguistic proficiency: children have preferences for the acquisition of certain word classes (Nelson… read more | Article
Cornips, Leonie and Aafke Hulk 1998 Affected Objects in Heerlen Dutch and RomanceLanguages in Contrast 1:2, pp. 191–210
In this paper we show that the well known definition of affected object — as an object that is somehow altered or modified by the action expressed by the verb — is problematic with respect to middle formation, which has been claimed in the literature to be possible only with affected objects. The… read more | Article
Hulk, Aafke en Peter Jordens 1998 Tweede-Taalverwerving in DiscussieToegepaste taalwetenschap in discussie, pp. 77–85
Universal aspects of L2 learner varieties are currently being discussed with respect to the issue of the 'L2-initial state'. Minimal Tree (Vainikka & Young-Scholten, 1996), Full Transfer/ Full Access (Schwartz & Sprouse, 1996) and Valueless Features approach (Eubank, 1996) are three approaches that… read more | Article
Hulk, Aafke and Ans M.C. van Kemenade 1997 Negation as a Reflex of Clause StructureNegation and Polarity: Syntax and semantics. Selected papers from the colloquium Negation: Syntax and Semantics. Ottawa, 11–13 May 1995, Forget, Danielle, Paul Hirschbühler, France Martineau and María Luisa Rivero (eds.), pp. 183 ff.
Hulk, Aafke 1996 How "greedy" is the French imperative?Linguistics in the Netherlands 1996, Cremers, Crit and Marcel den Dikken (eds.), pp. 97–108
Hulk, Aafke and Elisabeth van der Linden 1996 Language Mixing in a French-Dutch Bilingual ChildEUROSLA 6: A selection of papers, pp. 89–101
Child bilingualism has been a domain of growing interest in the last few years. A central question in research concerns the differentiation of the two languages in the developmen-tal process: do children develop two separate language systems from the very beginning or do they start with a combined… read more | Article
Hulk, Aafke and Els Verheugd-Daatzelaar 1992 'Something funny' in FrenchLinguistics in the Netherlands 1992, Bok-Bennema, Reineke and Roeland van Hout (eds.), pp. 87–100