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CONTENTS List of contributors Preface Chapter 1 Introduction ZhaoHong Han and Terence Odlin Chapter 2 Researching fossilization and second language (L2) attrition: Easy questions, difficult answers Constancio Nakuma Chapter 3 Establishing Ultimate Attainment in a Particular Second Language Grammar Donna Lardiere Chapter 4 Fossilization: Can Grammaticality Judgment Be a Reliable Source of Evidence? ZhaoHong Han Chapter 5 Fossilization in L2 and L3 Terence Odlin, Rosa Alonso Alonso, and Cristina Alonso-V zquez Chapter 6 Child Second Language Acquisition and the Fossilization Puzzle Usha Lakshmanan Chapter 7 Emergent Fossilization Brian MacWhinney Chapter 8 Fossilization, Social Context and Language Play Elaine Tarone Chapter 9 Why Not Fossilization David Birdsong Chapter 10 Second Language Acquisition and the Issue of Fossilization: There is no end, and there is no state Diane Larsen-Freeman
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Second language acquisition.