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Style en français langue seconde: vers un regard sociolinguistique

Style en français langue seconde: vers un regard sociolinguistique
Style en français langue seconde: vers un regard sociolinguistique
This article sets out to present different approaches to style in second language French before going on to adopt a particular sociolinguistic view on style in interactions. Analyses of the lexical variation in a corpus of productions by advanced learners of French serve as examples. Comparisons with a French native-speaker corpus allow differences to be observed between native and non-native speakers, in particular in terms of accommodation through the use of colloquial words during interaction. The author suggests that a sociolinguistic approach (seeing speakers as social beings) can be useful in accounting for certain stylistic particularities in the productions of non-native speakers.
2735110141
0181-4095
31-52
Tyne, Henry
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Gadet, Françoise
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Tyne, Henry
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Tyne, Henry
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Gadet, Françoise
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Tyne, Henry
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Tyne, Henry , Gadet, Françoise and Tyne, Henry (eds.) (2004) Style en français langue seconde: vers un regard sociolinguistique. Langage et Société, 109 (1), 31-52.

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This article sets out to present different approaches to style in second language French before going on to adopt a particular sociolinguistic view on style in interactions. Analyses of the lexical variation in a corpus of productions by advanced learners of French serve as examples. Comparisons with a French native-speaker corpus allow differences to be observed between native and non-native speakers, in particular in terms of accommodation through the use of colloquial words during interaction. The author suggests that a sociolinguistic approach (seeing speakers as social beings) can be useful in accounting for certain stylistic particularities in the productions of non-native speakers.

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Published date: 2004

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Local EPrints ID: 37875
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/37875
ISBN: 2735110141
ISSN: 0181-4095
PURE UUID: cf93fa0a-2177-473f-9fb3-5ec978b8c09f

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Date deposited: 26 May 2006
Last modified: 02 Dec 2019 19:30

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