Florencia Franceschina

List of John Benjamins publications for which Florencia Franceschina plays a role.


Subjects Language acquisition | Morphology | Romance linguistics | Syntax


Hawkins, Roger and Florencia Franceschina 2004 Explaining the acquisition and non-acquisition of determiner-noun gender concord in French and SpanishThe Acquisition of French in Different Contexts: Focus on functional categories, Prévost, Philippe and Johanne Paradis (eds.), pp. 175–205 | Article
Al-Hamad, M., E. Al-Malki, G. Casillas, Florencia Franceschina, Roger Hawkins, J. Hawthorne, D. Karadzovska, K. Kato, Sarah Ann Liszka, Cristóbal Lozano, S. Ojima, Natsumi Okuwaki and Emma Thomas 2002 Interpretation of English tense morphophonology by advanced L2 speakersEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 2 (2002), Foster-Cohen, Susan H., Tanja Ruthenberg and Marie Louise Poschen (eds.), pp. 49–69 | Article
This study tests the assumption in much of the literature on the second language acquisition of English tense and aspect morphophonology (e.g. bare verbs, V-ing, V-ed) that once speakers are beyond intermediate levels of proficiency, both distribution and interpretation of these forms are… read more
Franceschina, Florencia 2002 Case and φ-feature agreement in advanced L2 Spanish grammarsEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 2 (2002), Foster-Cohen, Susan H., Tanja Ruthenberg and Marie Louise Poschen (eds.), pp. 71–86 | Article
One account of divergence in advanced L2 grammars is that speakers fail to acquire functional features in the L2 that are not part of the L1 inventory, and that this leads to non-native representations. Since this idea was first proposed by Hawkins and Chan (1997), few studies have provided the… read more
Franceschina, Florencia 2001 Against an L2 morphological deficit as an explanation for the differences between native and non-native grammarsEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 1 (2001), Foster-Cohen, Susan H. and Anna Nizegorodcew (eds.), pp. 143–158 | Article
One proposed explanation for the observed differences between native and non-native speakers has been that certain peripheral systems interacting with the computational system are defective in L2 acquisition. This paper will consider some of the predictions that follow from assuming that the… read more