Influence of competitors on the L2 production of English referential expressions

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Presentation abstract: The Interface Hypothesis (IH; Sorace, 2011) claims that even near-native L2ers have difficulty coordinating lexical/syntactic and discourse/pragmatic information. To test this, we examine whether L2ers' production of referential expressions (REs; e.g., pronouns, repeated names) is influenced by the presence of an additional entity in the discourse and/or in the visual scene....

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