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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   11 / 3
Table of Contents: Introduction to Language Acquisition, Bilingualism and Copula Choice in Spanish
by Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes, Kimberly L. Geeslin
pp 273-275

Variation in Contemporary Spanish: Linguistic predictors of estar in four cases of language contact
by Kimberly L. Geeslin, Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes
pp 365-380

The Acquisition of Ser, Estar (and Be) by a Spanish–English Bilingual Child: The early stages
by Carmen Silva-Corvalán, Simona Montanari
pp 341-360

The Uses of Spanish Copulas by Chinese-Speaking Learners in a Free Writing Task
by An Chung Cheng, Hui-Chuan Lu, Panayotis Giannakouros
pp 301-317

Eventive and Stative Passives in Spanish L2 Acquisition: A matter of aspect
by Joyce Bruhn De Garavito, Elena Valenzuela
pp 323-336

Commentary on "Copular Acquisition" – A response to Silva-Corvalán and Montanari
by Maria D Sera
pp 361-363

From Theory to Research: Contextual predictors of " + adjective" and the study of the SLA of Spanish copula choice
by Daniel S. Woolsey
pp 277-295

From Theory to Research: Contextual predictors of “ + adjective” and the study of the SLA of Spanish copula choice – a response to Woolsey
by Barbara A. Lafford
pp 297-300

The Role of Discursive Features in SLA Modeling and Grammatical Frequency – A response to Cheng, Lu and Giannakouros
by Joe Collentine
pp 319-321

The Role of Language Contact in Semantic Change: Ser and estar – a response to Geeslin and Guijarro-Fuentes
by Carol A. Klee
pp 381-382

Form–Meaning Mappings in the Aspectual Domain: What about the L1? A response to Bruhn de Garavito and Valenzuela
by Silvina A Montrul
pp 337-339

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Spanish
LL Issue: 19.3108