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Name: Liliana  E.  Sánchez (IPA: liliana)
Institution: Rutgers University
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Homepage: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~lsanchez
State and/or Country: NJ
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Selected Publications: Books

(2003) Sánchez, L. Quechua-Spanish Bilingualism. Interference and Convergence in Functional Categories. Language Acquisition and Language Disorders Series. John Benjamins, Amsterdam. pps. 187.

(2000) Zúñiga, M., L. Sánchez and D. Zacharías. Demanda y Necesidad de Educación Bilingüe: Lenguas Indígenas y Castellano en el Sur Andino. Lima, Peru: Ministerio de Educación (Peru's Ministry of Education), GTZ (German Cooperation Agency) and KfW (Germany's Financial Cooperation). pps. 136.

Articles
(2005) Sánchez, L. “At the crossroads between SLA research and language assessment: developing appropriate measures of oral proficiency for minority children.” Accepted pending revisions Language Assessment Quarterly.

(2004) Sánchez, L. “Functional Convergence in the Tense, Evidentiality and Aspectual Systems of Quechua-Spanish Bilinguals.” Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. (7) 2. 147-162. Cambridge University Press Journal.

(1999) Sánchez, L. and T. Al –Kasey.“The L2 Acquisition of Spanish Direct Object Clitics.” Spanish Applied Linguistics. Vol 3, 1. 1-32.

(1997) Sánchez, L.“Ecosistemas lingüísticos y lenguas o variedades dialectales extintas y en peligro de extinción en el Perú”. Hontanar. Vol 1,1, 37-58

(1995) Sánchez, L. “Aspectual Adjectives and the Structure of DP and VP” Probus 7. Vol 2, 167-180.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Syntactic Structures in Nominals: A Comparative Study of Spanish and Southern Quechua
 Quechua-Spanish Bilingualism
 Romance Linguistics 2006
 Cover Information Structure in Indigenous Languages of the Americas
 The Morphology and Syntax of Topic and Focus
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Quechua-Spanish Bilingualism
Academic Paper Abstract: THE ROLE OF SEMANTIC TRANSFER IN CLITIC DROP AMONG SIMULTANEOUS AND SEQUENTIAL CHINESE-SPANISH BILINGUALS



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