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Cette étude longitudinale contribue aux recherches sur l’acquisition d’une langue seconde (L2) dans le contexte de séjour linguistique à l'étranger (), où l’on s’intéresse de plus en plus à comprendre comment les facteurs non-linguistiques interagissent avec le développement linguistique. Elle étudie le rôle de la nature du réseau social (au sens sociologique) de l’apprenant dans le développement de la production orale en français L2 chez deux étudiants suédois qui passent un semestre en France et dont les niveaux d’intégration dans la communauté de la langue cible (LC) s’opposent. L’analyse suggère qu’un réseau social plus riche en relations en LC confère un avantage supplémentaire en ce qui concerne le développement du répertoire des expressions polylexicales (EPL) de l’apprenant, mais non pas le développement de l’exactitude grammaticale, de la diversité lexicale et de l’usage des marqueurs discursifs. Ainsi, l’étude vient partiellement à l’appui de la supposition que le réseau social de l’apprenant explique la variation individuelle dans le développement linguistique.

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