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EN This article reports on a study, with online measures, which investigated the processing of subject-verb (SV) agreement sentences by one group of heritage Spanish speakers (HSs), two groups of L2 learners of Spanish (L1 English) and one group of traditional Spanish native speakers. Experimental SV sentences manipulated person and number features with subjects and verbs in the present tense. Between-group statistical analyses indicated differential processing between the heritage and the L2doi:10.21283/2376905x.3.46 fatcat:tegxlz4rj5dmncqekd55satony