Martine Gallardo, a PhD student in the Linguistics Department, was recently invited to the University of Chicago to give a talk in the class Bilingualism and Heritage Languages, which was co-taught by Dr. Anastasia Giannakidou and Dr. Zoi Gavriilidou. His talk, entitled Bilingual Knowledge of Resultatives: A Study of Spanish Heritage Speakers, motivated the need for a bilingual approach to heritage language acquisition via a discussion of results from a study on Spanish heritage speakers’ knowledge of resultative constructions.