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An in-depth and meticulous study of the English-Spanish bilingual development of two siblings from their first word to age six.
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The volume deals with the emergence of verb morphology in children during their second and early third year of life from a cross-linguistic perspective. It covers 15 contributions - each analyzing one single language - based on parallel longitudinal investigations of children with parallel methodology and macrostructure in representation. The
First Language Acquisition of Morphology and Syntax
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Pages: 302
Authors: Pedro Guijarro Fuentes, María Pilar Larrañaga, John Clibbens
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The papers comprising this volume focus on a broad range of acquisition phenomena (subject dislocation, structural case, word order, determiners, pronouns, quantifiers and logical words) from different languages and language combinations. These include languages with large numbers of speakers (French, German, Spanish) and less frequently spoken ones (Norwegian, Russian, Swiss-German,
The Development of Prosody in First Language Acquisition
Language: en
Pages: 368
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Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
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Prosodic development is increasingly recognized as a fundamental stepping stone in first language acquisition. Prosodic sensitivity starts developing very early, with newborns becoming attuned to the prosodic properties of the ambient language, and it continues to develop during childhood until early adolescence. In the last decades, a flourishing literature has