Situated within the long-established domain of temporality research
in Second Language Acquisition, this book aims to provide an update
on recent research directions in the field through a range of
papers which explore relatively new territory. Those areas include
the expression of modality and counterfactuality, the effect of
first language transfer, aspectuo-temporal comprehension,
aspectuo-temporal marking at a wider discursive level, and
methodological issues in the study of the acquisition of aspect.
The studies presented explore English and French as second
languages, involving both child and adult learners from a range of
first language backgrounds in both instructed and naturalistic
learning contexts. The studies draw on both spoken and written data
which explore various facets of the learners' second language
comprehension and production. The volume offers new, but
complementary insights to previous research, as well as pointing to
directions for future research in this burgeoning field of study.
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