PLIC55H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Golden Retriever, Present Continuous, Second-Language Acquisition

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The whole is more than the sum of its parts. Rules for constructing sentences: knowledge is (descriptively) hierarchical. Deaf people"s brain response matches hearing people"s responses for plural vs. singular, but differently for masculine vs. feminine: perhaps semantic info (sing. Irreg. past tense, possessive (-s), full form of to be . Past tense is evidence of a child"s acquisition of syntactic/semantic info (contestable as to which) 3rd person irreg. (present), aux to be", contraction of to be" as main verb or aux. It is very rare for someone to switch langauges and no longer have contact or use of their native language. When a second language is learned, you dig a new whole and divide your attention. Infants under 18mos: familiarization: nonwords in verb frames vs. noun frame, verb frame: she wants to deeg it. Can you deeg the room: noun frame: i see the gorp in the room.

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