How speakers of two very similar languages or dialects of the same language comprehend irony in their second, nonnative language

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Antoniou, K. & Milaki, E. (2021). How speakers of two very similar languages or dialects of the same language comprehend irony in their second, nonnative language. The Modern Language Journal, 105(3), 0-0. doi: https://doi.org/10.111/modl.12724
Writer of summary
Antoniou, K.
Upload date
14 September 2021
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Participant type
Bilinguals
Other
  • Bidialectal speakers
Language being learned
Age of learners
First language of learners
Other
  • Cypriot Greek
Greek
Proficiency of learners
Country / region
Feature being learned
Other
  • Irony

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Antoniou, K. (2021). How speakers of two very similar languages or dialects of the same language comprehend irony in their second, nonnative language. OASIS Summary of Antoniou, K. & Milaki, E. (2021) in The Modern Language Journal. https://oasis-database.org/concern/summaries/sf268560k?locale=en

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