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Journal Title: Journal of French Language Studies
Volume/Issue:   22 / 1
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: The Emergence of Complex Sentences in a French Child's Language from 0;10 to 4;01: Causal Adverbial Clauses and the Concertina Effect
by Martine Sekali
pp 115-141

Le Rôle de la Prosodie dans les Premières Constructions Grammaticales: étude de cas d'un Enfant Français Monolingue
by Karine Martel, Christelle Dodane
pp 13-35

Categories in the Making: Assessing the Role of Semantics in the Acquisition of Noun and Verb Categories
by Caroline Rossi, Christophe Parisse
pp 37-56

Rising Grammatical Awareness in a French-Speaking Child from 18 to 36 Months: Uses and Misuses of Possession Markers
by Marie Leroy-Collombel, Aliyah Morgenstern
pp 57-75

The Paris Corpus
by Aliyah Morgenstern, Christophe Parisse
pp 7-12

Développement de la Référence à Soi Chez une Enfant de 1;05 à 3;00: de L'influence de L'input à la Reconstruction du Système
by Stéphanie Caët
pp 77-93

The Unfolding of the Verbal Temporal System in French Children's Speech between 18 and 36 Months
by Christophe Parisse, Aliyah Morgenstern
pp 95-114

First Language Acquisition of French Grammar (from 10 months to 4 years old) Introduction
by Martine Sekali
pp 1-6

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): French
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