Sociopragmatics is slower: a reply to Chang
Yuh-Fang . Chang (2011) [Interlanguage pragmatic development: the relationship between pragmalinguistic competence and sociopragmatic competence, . Language Sciences 33, 786-798] argues that sociopragmatics does not develop more slowly than pragmalinguistics in an L2. She bases this contention on her own data, explicitly contrasting her findings with those of two earlier studies which suggest that sociopragmatics is slower to develop. In fact . Chang's (2011) data do not show more impressive...[Show more]
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