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FROM SEEING ADVERBS TO SEEING VERBAL MORPHOLOGY
Studies in Second Language Acquisition
Adult learners have persistent diffi culty processing second language (L2) infl ectional morphology. We investigate associative learning explanations that involve the blocking of later experienced cues by earlier learned ones in the fi rst language (L1; i.e., transfer) and the L2 (i.e., profi ciency). Sagarra ( 2008 ) and Ellis and Sagarra ( 2010b ) found that, unlike Spanish monolinguals, intermediate English-Spanish learners rely more on salient adverbs than on less salient verb infl ections,doi:10.1017/s0272263112000885 fatcat:2zeuuyg4c5gchhygrysfiuy5m4