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Numéro 30 CLO (2002)

Avant-propos | Foreword

Foreword

Articles

Habib Abdesslem (COLT King Saud University)(pp. 1-28)
Redefining Motivation in FLA and SLA

David Wood (Carleton University, University of Ottawa, Naruto University of Education) (pp. 29-48)
Formulaic Language in Thought and Word- V ygotskian Perspectives

Philip Hauptman (University of Ottawa) (pp. 49-59)
Some Hypotheses on the Nature of the Skill Development Process in Second Language Reading

María Luisa Rivero and Magdalena Golędzinowska (University of Ottawa) (pp. 60-90)
The Acquisition of Constructions with Reflexive Clitics in Polish

Eiman Mustafawi & Abdessatar Mahfoudhi (University of Ottawa) (pp. 91-111)
The Development of Binding Principles- New Findings

 

RÉSUMÉS DE THÈSES • DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS

Ahmad Moinzadeh (Ph.D. Thesis) (pp. 112-113)
An Antisymmetric, Minimalist Approach to Persian Phrase Structure

Gerard Van Herk (Ph.D. Thesis) (pp. 114-115)
Past Temporal Reference in Early African American Correspondence

Anousha Sedighi (Master of Arts Thesis) (p. 116)
Quirky Subjects: Do they exist in Persian?

Rok Žaucer (Master of Arts Thesis) (pp. 117-118)
The Role of Verbal Prefixes in Slavic: Evidence from Slovenian Locative Denominal Verbs


COMPTES RENDUS • BOOK REVIEWS

Rena Torres Cacoullos (University of New Mexico) (pp. 119-125)
African American English in the Diaspora.

Olga Arnaudova (University of Ottawa) (pp. 126-129)
Comparative Syntax o f Balkan Languages