List of John Benjamins publications for which Marina Sherkina-Lieber plays a role.
A classification of receptive bilinguals: Why we need to distinguish them, and what they have in common Mental representations in receptive multilingualism, Holmes, Bonnie C. and Michael T. Putnam (eds.), pp. 412–4402020
The term ‘receptive bilingualism/multilingualism’ is used for diverse populations, all of which understand a language without producing speech in it, but differ in the way this receptive ability was achieved and in the linguistic knowledge underlying it. In previous studies, not enough attention is… read more | Article
: Do receptive bilinguals understand functional morphology? Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 5:1, pp. 30–612015
Heritage receptive bilinguals (RBs) are individuals who report understanding but not speaking their family language. This study tests whether semantic features of functional morphemes, namely tense, aspect, and agreement markers, are accessible to them in comprehension. RBs in this study are fluent… read more | Article