Exploring grammatical gender in L2 Spanish: is a transparent gender system easy to use for Russian-speaking students?

  1. Anastasiia Ogneva
Sintagma: Revista de lingüística

ISSN: 0214-9141

Ano de publicación: 2022

Volume: 34

Páxinas: 81-101

Tipo: Artigo

Outras publicacións en: Sintagma: Revista de lingüística

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