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We sincerely apologise for the following errors that appeared in the International Journal of Bilingualism Volume 13, Issue 2, in Disentangling sources of incomplete acquisition: An explanation for competence divergence across heritage grammars, by Acrisio Pires and Jason Rothman:
1) Page 214, the last paragraph should read:
Given the second goal of this article, we explore the possibility, also taken up in Rothman (2007), that HS acquisition experimental research can come to bear directly on important questions pertaining to proposals of diachronic linguistic change. Although several researchers have argued for a close and necessary relationship between diachronic research and acquisition research (e.g. Clark & Roberts, 1993; Dresher, 1999; Lightfoot, 1999; Pires, 2001, 2006; Roberts, 2007), there have been only isolated efforts to explore in detail empirical …