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Abstract

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Cet article vise à analyser la conceptualisation spatiale dans une tâche narrative orale () chez des adultes apprenants d’italien langue seconde (L2) qui se distinguent (a) par leur langue maternelle (L1, anglais ou français) et (b) par leur niveau de compétence en L2 (intermédiaire avancé). Pour ce faire, nous adoptons une méthodologie impliquant des comparaisons entre les récits de groupes natifs et non natifs ayant accompli la même tâche, afin de comprendre de quelle manière les apprenants se rapprochent de la langue cible (LC) et s’ils sont influencés par leur L1 lors du discours spatial en L2. Les usages natifs des locuteurs des L1 observées confirment les différences inter-typologiques entre les langues , le français et l’italien, et , l’anglais (Talmy, 19852000). Néanmoins, une entre l’italien et le français est attestée : seul l’italien exploite des constructions satellitaires. Les données en L2 révèlent que les productions des apprenants intermédiaires sont assez similaires quelle que soit la L1, alors que des phénomènes évidents de sont attestés aux stades avancés lorsqu’il y a des similarités structurelles entre la langue source (LS) et la LC et que en fournit une évidence positive.

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