|Titre||Salience-based vs. exposure-based strategies in L2 pronoun resolution in French|
|Année de publication||2016|
|Authors||de la Fuente, Israel, Sarah Schimke, Sascha Kuck, Barbara Hemforth, and Saveria Colonna|
|Titre de la conférence||Architectures and Mechanisms of Human Language Processing|
|Date de publication||09/2016|
We investigated pronoun resolution strategies in French native speakers and in German L2-learners of French. French and German differ in antecedent preferences in ambiguous constructions such as ?The postman hit the pirate before he went home?: while French shows a N2-preference, which is explained by the availability of a construction that unambiguously refers to N1, German, which does not have this alternative, shows a N1-preference.