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Grammatical phenomena in English L1 Czech L2 speakers found by panel

The University of Adelaide
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These sentences are instances of grammatical phenomena found in the English of L1 English L2 Czech speakers living in the Czech Republic.

These phenomena were identified by a panel of L1 English speakers living in the US, UK and Australia (the same nationalities as the participants studied).

These are not all of the sentences; the remainder of the examples are in the paper "Expats in Prague: Czech borrowings in L1 English speakers".

Issued: 2021-1-18

Created: 2021-01-18

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