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Journal Title: Journal of French Language Studies
Volume/Issue:   18 / 3
Table of Contents: Investigating Lexical Proficiency Development Over Time – The case of Dutch-speaking learners of French in Brussels
by BramBulté, AlexHousen, MichelPierrard, SiskaVan Daele
pp 277-298

Analysing Lexical Richness in French Learner Language: What frequency lists and teacher judgements can tell us about basic and advanced words
by FrançoiseTidball, JeanineTreffers-Daller
pp 299-313

Progress in Learning French Vocabulary in a One-Year Advanced Course at School
by SuzanneGraham, BrianJ.Richards, DavidDMalvern
pp 349-364

A Developmental Perspective on Productive Lexical Knowledge in L2 Oral Interlanguage
by AnnabelleDavid
pp 315-331

French Vocabulary Breadth Among Learners in the British School and University System: Comparing knowledge over time
by JamesMilton
pp 333-348

Factors Driving Lexical Variation in L2 French: A variationist study of automobile, auto, voiture, char and machine
by TerryNadasdi, RaymondMougeon, KatherineRehner
pp 365-381

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 19.3020