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Cheshire, Jenny and Secova, Maria (2018). The origins of new quotative expressions: the case of Paris French. Journal of French Language Studies, 28(2) pp. 209–234.

Gardner-Chloros, Penelope and Secova, Maria (2018). Grammatical change in Paris French: In-situ question words in embedded contexts. Journal of French Language Studies, 28(2) pp. 181–207. file

Secova, Maria (2018). Direct speech, subjectivity and speaker positioning in London English and Paris French. In: Beeching, Kate; Ghezzi, Chiara and Molinelli, Piera eds. Positioning the Self and Others: Linguistic perspectives. Pragmatics & Beyond New Series (292). John Benjamins, pp. 155–175. file

Secova, Maria; Gardner-Chloros, Penelope and Atangana, Frédérique (2018). "Il parle normal, il parle comme nous”: self-reported usage and attitudes in a banlieue. Journal of French Language Studies, 28(2) pp. 235–263. file


Secova, Maria (2017). Discourse-pragmatic variation in Paris French and London English: Insights from general extenders. Journal of Pragmatics, 114 pp. 1–15. file

Secova, Maria (2017). Changement grammatical et discursif en français multiculturel de la région parisienne : éléments de comparaison. Lingvisticæ Investigationes, 40(2) pp. 173–199. file


Secova, Maria (2015). Discours direct chez les jeunes : nouvelles structures, nouvelles fonctions. Langage and Société, 151 pp. 131–151.


Secova, Maria (2014). ‘Je sais et tout mais...’ might the general extenders in European French be changing? Journal of French Language Studies, 24(2) pp. 281–304. file


Secova, Maria (2011). Discourse‐pragmatic features of spoken French: analysis and pedagogical implications. PhD thesis. Queen Mary University of London.

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