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Mon Jan 30 2012

Qs: Acquisition of Persian Object Marking

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        1.     Ute Bohnacker , Acquisition of Persian Object Marking

Message 1: Acquisition of Persian Object Marking
Date: 26-Jan-2012
From: Ute Bohnacker <ute.bohnackerlingfil.uu.se>
Subject: Acquisition of Persian Object Marking
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A student of mine is working on the L2 acquisition of Persian object
marking by minority-language children in Iran (Balochi L1 at home,
Persian L2 at school).

We are having difficulty finding any literature on the ACQUISITION of
Persian object marking (by children and/or adults, in L1 or L2 acquisition.
Therefore, any pointers on where to look would be much appreciated.

Best regards,
Ute Bohnacker

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

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