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LINGUIST List 17.264

Thu Jan 26 2006

Qs: Phrasal Verbs; Communicative Development

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        1.    Alison Crutchley, Meanings of Particles in Phrasal Verbs
        2.    Andre Luiz Souza, MacArthur Communicative Development Inventory


Message 1: Meanings of Particles in Phrasal Verbs
Date: 26-Jan-2006
From: Alison Crutchley <a.crutchleyhud.ac.uk>
Subject: Meanings of Particles in Phrasal Verbs


I'm doing some work on children's comprehension of phrasal verbs. I'm sure
I've heard about work looking at the meanings of the particles - e.g. 'up'
in 'drink up', 'write up', 'dream up', 'pay up' adding a sense of
finished-ness or outcome to the meaning of the verb - but I'm having real
trouble locating it. Database searches have brought up little so far except
a couple of articles in ELT journals which mention the meanings of
particles very briefly in a teaching context. Does anyone have any ideas
where to look/ who has worked on this?

Many thanks, Alison Crutchley

Dr Alison Crutchley
Lecturer in English Language
University of Huddersfield

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Message 2: MacArthur Communicative Development Inventory
Date: 25-Jan-2006
From: Andre Luiz Souza <andreluizufmg.br>
Subject: MacArthur Communicative Development Inventory


Dear coleagues,

Does anyone know about any Portuguese adaptation of 'The MacArthur
Communicative Development Inventory'? I will probably need to use an
adapted version of it in my MA research.

I thank y'all in advance,

Nice regards,

Andre Luiz Souza
Departamento de Psicologia
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - Brasil

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition



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