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Proceedings of the 7th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2004)
edited by Laurent Dekydtspotter, Rex A. Sprouse, and Audrey Liljestrand
Printed edition: $280.00

Contents

A Note from the Editors
Laurent Dekydtspotter, Rex A. Sprouse, and Audrey Liljestrand
v (abstract or complete paper)

The Future of Desire: Lexical Futures and Modality in L2 English Future Expression
Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig
1-12 (abstract or complete paper)

Exploring the Relationship Between Transfer and Input in the Acquisition of the Spanish Passives
Joyce Bruhn de Garavito and Elena Valenzuela
13-23 (abstract or complete paper)

Are All L1 Grammatical Properties Simultaneously Transferred? Lexical Causatives in L2 Spanish and L2 English
Mónica Cabrera and María Luisa Zubizarreta
24-37 (abstract or complete paper)

The Variable Acquisition of English Word-Final Stops by Brazilian Portuguese Speakers
Walcir Cardoso
38-49 (abstract or complete paper)

Double-Gapped Restrictive Relatives in Chinese: A Syntactic or a Processing Account?
Chiu-Hung Chen and Juana M. Liceras
50-57 (abstract or complete paper)

Testing Eubank's Optional Verb-Raising in L2 Grammars of Korean Speakers
Myong-Hee Choi
58-67 (abstract or complete paper)

Another Look at 'Verb Raising' in the L2 English of Chinese Speakers
Wei Chu and Bonnie D. Schwartz
68-85 (abstract or complete paper)

Was für N Interrogatives and Quantifier Scope in English-German Interpretation
Laurent Dekydtspotter, Rex A. Sprouse, and Thaddeus G. Meyer
86-95 (abstract or complete paper)

Investigating the Role of Transfer in the L2 Acquisition of Aspect
Alison Gabriele and Gita Martohardjono
96-110 (abstract or complete paper)

Age-Related Effects on Syntactic Ambiguity Resolution in First and Second Languages: Evidence from Korean-English Bilinguals
Jeeyoung Ahn Ha
111-123 (abstract or complete paper)

Revisiting Wh-movement: The Availability of an Uninterpretable [wh] Feature in Interlanguage Grammars
Roger Hawkins
124-137 (abstract or complete paper)

Chinese ESL Learners' Understanding of the English Count-Mass Distinction
Dongfan Hua and Thomas Hun-tak Lee
138-149 (abstract or complete paper)

Telicity in L2 Chinese Acquisition
Yue Yuan Huang and Suying Yang
150-162 (abstract or complete paper)

Differences and Similarities between L2 and (2)L1: DO-support in Child Dutch
Aafke Hulk and Leonie Cornips
163-177 (abstract or complete paper)

On Morphological Competence
Donna Lardiere
178-192 (abstract or complete paper)

The Asymmetric Behavior of Goal and Benefactive Double Objects in the English Interlanguage of Adult L1 Korean and L1 Japanese Speakers
Eunjeong Oh and Maria Luisa Zubizarreta
193-204 (abstract or complete paper)

Testing and Attesting the Use of Structural Information in L2 Sentence Processing
Akira Omaki and Ken Ariji
205-218 (abstract or complete paper)

L2 Acquisition of a Semantic Parameter
Roumyana Slabakova
219-225 (abstract or complete paper)

Position-Sensitive Licensing Asymmetries and Developmental Paths in L2 Acquisition
Jeffrey Steele
226-237 (abstract or complete paper)

The Mapping Problem and Missing Surface Inflection in Turkish-German Interlanguage
John D. Sundquist
238-250 (abstract or complete paper)

The L2 Acquisition of Spanish Passive and Impersonal Se by French- and English-Speaking Adults
Annie Tremblay
251-268 (abstract or complete paper)

Transfer of Argument Structure and Morphology
Melinda Whong-Barr
269-282 (abstract or complete paper)

Accounting for Optionality in Nonnative Grammars: Parametric Change in Diachrony and L2 Development as Instances of Internalized Diglossia
Helmut Zobl and Juana M. Liceras
283-291 (abstract or complete paper)