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Researchers in Romance languages will find this book a stimulating and broad-ranging treatment of the development of grammar, demonstrating the relevance of markedness for both linguistic theory and language teaching. A substantial and original account of a unique body of data, across first and second language acquisition, creolization and historical linguistics and across a wide range of languages and contact varieties, demonstrates a new impetus and predictive force for markedness theory.

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Researchers in Romance languages will find this book a stimulating and broad-ranging treatment of the development of grammar, demonstrating the relevance of markedness for both linguistic theory and language teaching. A substantial and original account of a unique body of data, across first and second language acquisition, creolization and historical linguistics and across a wide range of languages and contact varieties, demonstrates a new impetus and predictive force for markedness theory.
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EDUARDO D. FAINGOLD is Associate Professor of Spanish and Linguistics at the University of Tulsa. He is the author of three other books (Child Language, Creolization, and Historical Change: Spanish in Contact with Portuguese; Codice de Composicion; and Multilingualism from Infancy to Adolescence) and has held visiting appointments at UCLA, SUNY Stony Brook, The Hebrew University, the University of Hawaii, and the Max Planck Institute.