Diana Frantzen, PhD Indiana University, is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she is the Director of the Spanish Language Program. In addition, she is a Co-Director of the Doctoral Program in Second Language Acquisition. She specializes in foreign language (FL) pedagogy, applied Spanish linguistics, and second language acquisition (SLA). She teaches courses in FL teaching methodology, applied Spanish linguistics, Spanish phonetics/phonology, and SLA. She has published articles on issues in FL lexical and grammatical acquisition, error correction, culture, and FL anxiety. She is the author of Lazos: Gramática y vocabulario a través de la literatura (Prentice Hall, 2009), an intermediate/advanced college Spanish textbook which combines a selection of 15 Hispanic short stories with an intensive review of selected Spanish grammar and lexical topics.
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|Mario Benedetti, ""Una carta de amor"" (Uruguay) Enfoques leacute;xicos Cognados falsos Expresiones uacute;tiles Palabras relacionadas Antoacute;nimo y sinoacute;nimos Los diminutivos y la lexicalizacioacute;n de formas diminutivas Enfo|
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