LINA02H3 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 (*ONLY upto 10.4.2)

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example: runned, children create the rule that adding ed to a word forms the past tense. 10. 1. 1 methods: most language acquisition research is done on children"s early utterances, the order in which they emerge, and the kinds of errors that they contain. 338 children seem to be born with a perceptual system that is especially designed for listening to speech. 10. 2. 2 developmental order: 12 months old: children start to produce first (understandable) words, babbling may not die out until several weeks after the production of words, regular patterns of pronunciation: after acquiring . 339: as a group, vowels are generally acquired before consonants (by age three). Stops tend to be acquired before other consonants. In terms of place of articulation, labials are often acquired first, followed (with some variation) by alveolars, velars, and alveopalatals. Interdentals are acquired last. : sounds that are acquired early are generally sounds that are common across many languages www. notesolution. com.

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