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LINGUIST List 18.2371

Wed Aug 08 2007

Qs: References to Work on the Acquisiton of Adverbs

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        1.    Sigal Uziel-Karl, References to Work on the Acquisiton of Adverbs


Message 1: References to Work on the Acquisiton of Adverbs
Date: 01-Aug-2007
From: Sigal Uziel-Karl <sigalalum.mit.edu>
Subject: References to Work on the Acquisiton of Adverbs
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Dear list members,

I am looking for references to work on the acquisition of adverbs (manner,
time, location, etc.) and adverbial clauses by children acquiring their L1.
I am particularly interested in work that relates to early acquisition -
types of adverbs, order of adverb acquisition, constructions in which
adverbs are used early on etc.

Any input on this topic would be appreciated!

Best,
Sigal Uziel-Karl.

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition



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