Stanislava Antonijević-Elliott

List of John Benjamins publications for which Stanislava Antonijević-Elliott plays a role.

Articles

Antonijević-Elliott, Stanislava, Ruth Durham and Íde Ní Chonghaile 2021 Language performance of sequential bilinguals on an Irish and English sentence repetition taskLanguage Impairment in Multilingual Settings: LITMUS in action across Europe, Armon-Lotem, Sharon and Kleanthes K. Grohmann (eds.), pp. 131–166
Currently there are no standardized language assessments for English-Irish bilingual school age children that would test languages in a comparable way. There are also no standardized language assessments of Irish for this age group. The current study aimed to design comparable language assessments… read more | Chapter
Research has indicated that during sentence processing, French native speakers predominantly rely upon lexico-semantic cues (i.e., animacy) while native speakers of English rely upon syntactic cues (i.e., word order). The present study examined sentence production in L1 French/L2 English and L1… read more | Article
Antonijević-Elliott, Stanislava, Ruth Durham and Íde Ní Chonghaile 2017 Language performance of sequential bilinguals on an Irish and English sentence repetition taskLanguage Impairment in Bilingual Children: State of the art 2017, Marinis, Theodoros, Sharon Armon-Lotem and George Pontikas (eds.), pp. 359–393
Currently there are no standardized language assessments for English-Irish bilingual school age children that would test languages in a comparable way. There are also no standardized language assessments of Irish for this age group. The current study aimed to design comparable language assessments… read more | Article
Berthaud, Sarah and Stanislava Antonijević-Elliott 2012 L2 acquisition of verbal constructions: Expressing motion in L2 French and EnglishConstructions in French, Bouveret, Myriam and Dominique Legallois (eds.), pp. 155–174
The study examines the production of sentences describing motion in L2 learners, focusing on progress in learning verbal constructions, i.e. pairings of verbs of motion and their compatible syntactic frames in English and French. This is an important issue because verbs that are translational… read more | Article