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By Belma Haznedar, Elena Gavruseva

ISBN-10: 9027253072

ISBN-13: 9789027253071

ISBN-10: 9027290598

ISBN-13: 9789027290595

This quantity offers fresh generative examine at the nature of grammars of kid moment language (L2) acquirers -- a learner inhabitants whose publicity to an L2 happens among the a long time of four to eight. the most target is to outline baby L2 acquisition when it comes to different varieties of acquisition resembling baby monolingual and bilingual acquisition, grownup L2 acquisition, and particular language impairment. This comparative viewpoint opens up new angles for the dialogue of at present debated concerns reminiscent of the function of common Grammar in constraining improvement, developmental sequences in L2, maturational affects at the 'growth' of grammar, serious interval results for various linguistic domain names, preliminary nation and supreme attainment in terms of size of publicity, and L1-transfer with regards to age of onset. those matters are explored utilizing longitudinal, cross-sectional, and experimental facts from L2 childrens buying a number languages, together with Dutch, English, French, and Greek.

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L. I. O. A. A. 8 15. Y. Y. recognizes that the two forms are not synonymous. N. A. file1, show high use of bare verbs with ongoing readings despite productive use of -ing. However, a closer look reveals that these files are not necessarily a problem for the prediction. , does not present particularly meaningful results, since there are only two instances of bare verbs used with an ongoing reading. A. 5%) use of bare verbs in progressive contexts despite productive use of -ing. 2 that learning is not expected to be instantaneous: we do not expect the child to cease using bare verb forms with an ongoing interpretation the moment that -ing forms begin to be used.

I. I. I. Y. Y. L. L. I. O. A. A. 5% (29/31) As can be seen from the table, that is fairly rare: the 75% has not been reached in only three files. Y. file1, this criterion has been reached for the be + ing category but not for the bare -ing category – however, with only three instances of bare ‑ing, this might not be a meaningful contrast. I. 7%) do exhibit appropriate aspectual interpretation. Y. file2 shows a clear lack of appropriate aspectual interpretation of -ing forms. Thus, prediction (9a) is mostly supported: in nearly all of the files with a sufficient number of tokens, -ing is used primarily with an ongoing interpretation.

A. 8 15. Y. Y. recognizes that the two forms are not synonymous. N. A. file1, show high use of bare verbs with ongoing readings despite productive use of -ing. However, a closer look reveals that these files are not necessarily a problem for the prediction. , does not present particularly meaningful results, since there are only two instances of bare verbs used with an ongoing reading. A. 5%) use of bare verbs in progressive contexts despite productive use of -ing. 2 that learning is not expected to be instantaneous: we do not expect the child to cease using bare verb forms with an ongoing interpretation the moment that -ing forms begin to be used.

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