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Trends in Bilingual Acquisition
Edited by Jasone Cenoz and Fred Genesee
[Trends in Language Acquisition Research 1] 2001
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Arnaus Gil, Laia
2022. Spanish and German as heritage and majority languages in early multilingual acquisition: family language policies and other child-external factors for heritage language competence. International Journal of Multilingualism 19:2  pp. 210 ff. DOI logo
Arnaus Gil, Laia & Amelia Jiménez-Gaspar
2022. Catalan as a Heritage Language in Germany. Languages 7:1  pp. 43 ff. DOI logo
Arnaus Gil, Laia, Natascha Müller, Nadine Sette & Marina Hüppop
2021. Active bi- and trilingualism and its influencing factors. International Multilingual Research Journal 15:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Barnes, Julia
2011. The influence of child-directed speech in early trilingualism. International Journal of Multilingualism 8:1  pp. 42 ff. DOI logo
Bloch, Constantine, Anelis Kaiser, Esther Kuenzli, Daniela Zappatore, Sven Haller, Rita Franceschini, Georges Luedi, Ernst-Wilhelm Radue & Cordula Nitsch
2009. The age of second language acquisition determines the variability in activation elicited by narration in three languages in Broca’s and Wernicke’s area. Neuropsychologia 47:3  pp. 625 ff. DOI logo
Braun, Andreas & Tony Cline
2010. Trilingual families in mainly monolingual societies: working towards a typology. International Journal of Multilingualism 7:2  pp. 110 ff. DOI logo
Cantone, Katja F.
2022. Language exposure in early bilingual and trilingual acquisition. International Journal of Multilingualism 19:3  pp. 402 ff. DOI logo
Cenoz, Jasone & Charlotte Hoffmann
2003. Acquiring a third language: What role does bilingualism play?. International Journal of Bilingualism 7:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Chevalier, Sarah
2012. Active trilingualism in early childhood: the motivating role of caregivers in interaction. International Journal of Multilingualism 9:4  pp. 437 ff. DOI logo
Gil, Laia Arnaus & Natascha Müller
2018. French Postverbal Subjects: A Comparison of Monolingual, Bilingual, Trilingual, and Multilingual French. Languages 3:3  pp. 29 ff. DOI logo
Jessner, Ulrike & Jasone Cenoz
2007. Teaching English as a Third Language. In International Handbook of English Language Teaching,  pp. 155 ff. DOI logo
Kazzazi, Kerstin
2011. Ich brauche mix-cough: cross-linguistic influence involving German, English and Farsi. International Journal of Multilingualism 8:1  pp. 63 ff. DOI logo
Lanza, Elizabeth & Bente Ailin Svendsen
2007. Tell me who your friends are and I might be able to tell you what language(s) you speak: Social network analysis, multilingualism, and identity. International Journal of Bilingualism 11:3  pp. 275 ff. DOI logo
2009. Pragmatic differentiation in early trilingual development. Journal of Child Language 36:3  pp. 597 ff. DOI logo
2009. Multi-word combinations and the emergence of differentiated ordering patterns in early trilingual development. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 12:4  pp. 503 ff. DOI logo
Montanari, Simona
2010. Translation Equivalents and the Emergence of Multiple Lexicons in Early Trilingual Development. First Language 30:1  pp. 102 ff. DOI logo
Montanari, Simona
2011. Phonological differentiation before age two in a Tagalog–Spanish–English trilingual child. International Journal of Multilingualism 8:1  pp. 5 ff. DOI logo
Nibun, Yukari & Gillian Wigglesworth
2014. Early pragmatic differentiation in Japanese and German: a case study of a developing trilingual child in Australia. International Journal of Multilingualism 11:1  pp. 76 ff. DOI logo
Poeste, Meike, Natascha Müller & Laia Arnaus Gil
2019. Code-mixing and language dominance: bilingual, trilingual and multilingual children compared. International Journal of Multilingualism 16:4  pp. 459 ff. DOI logo
Quay, Suzanne
2008. Dinner conversations with a trilingual two-year-old: Language socialization in a multilingual context. First Language 28:1  pp. 5 ff. DOI logo
Quay, Suzanne
2011. Trilingual toddlers at daycare centres: the role of caregivers and peers in language development. International Journal of Multilingualism 8:1  pp. 22 ff. DOI logo
Quay, Suzanne
2011. Introduction: data-driven insights from trilingual children in the making. International Journal of Multilingualism 8:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Quay, Suzanne
2012. Discourse practices of trilingual mothers: effects on minority home language development in Japan. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 15:4  pp. 435 ff. DOI logo
Reiser-Bello Zago, Elisabeth & Raphael Berthele
2023. Trilingual children’s narratives: a longitudinal study of lexical development. International Journal of Multilingualism  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Safont-Jordà, Maria-Pilar
2011. Early requestive development in consecutive third language learning. International Journal of Multilingualism 8:3  pp. 256 ff. DOI logo
Safont-Jordà, Maria-Pilar
2013. Early stages of trilingual pragmatic development. A longitudinal study of requests in Catalan, Spanish and English. Journal of Pragmatics 59  pp. 68 ff. DOI logo
Scalise, Elena, Johanna Stahnke & Natascha Müller
2021. Parameter setting and acceleration. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 12:1  pp. 157 ff. DOI logo
Sivakumar, Abira, Natascha Müller & Laia Arnaus Gil
2020. Code-Mixing in the Weak Language: A Case Study of the Simultaneous Acquisition of French, Italian and Spanish. In New Trends in Language Acquisition Within the Generative Perspective [Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics, 49],  pp. 165 ff. DOI logo
Slavkov, Nikolay
2017. Family language policy and school language choice: pathways to bilingualism and multilingualism in a Canadian context. International Journal of Multilingualism 14:4  pp. 378 ff. DOI logo
Stahnke, Johanna, Laia Arnaus Gil & Natascha Müller
2021. French as a Heritage Language in Germany. Languages 6:3  pp. 122 ff. DOI logo
Stavans, Anat & Virginia Swisher
2006. Language Switching as a Window on Trilingual Acquisition. International Journal of Multilingualism 3:3  pp. 193 ff. DOI logo
Zhan, Ying
2021. The role of agency in the language choices of a trilingual two-year-old in conversation with monolingual grandparents. First Language 41:1  pp. 21 ff. DOI logo
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2014. References. In Understanding Language and Literacy Development,  pp. 423 ff. DOI logo

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