Catalan journal of linguistics

Catalan journal of linguistics 12 records found  Search took 0.01 seconds. 
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10 p, 200.9 KB Índex
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.101
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 1-9  
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3 p, 37.1 KB Acquisition of Romance languages. Introduction / Gavarró, Anna (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana) ; Lleó, Conxita (Universität Hamburg. Institut für Romanistik)
Generative grammar addressed for the first time acquisition as a central issue in the study of grammar. This perspective has given rise over the years to a considerable body of work, mainly on first language acquisition, but also on second language acquistion, bilingual acquisition, and the acquisition by children affected by SLI. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.84
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 11-13  
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28 p, 185.9 KB Acquisition of Pronominal Clitics in Romanian / Babyonyshev, Maria (Yale University. Department of Linguistics) ; Marin, Stefania (Yale University. Department of Linguistics)
This paper uses new evidence from elicited production experiments to establish that Romanian children do not omit either direct or indirect object clitics at a significant rate. The results reported for the acquisition of indirect object clitics are particularly significant in that, for the first time, it is possible to demonstrate the similarity between the acquisition of direct and indirect object clitics in Romanian and, arguably, for other languages that pattern with Romanian in the relevant respects. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.71
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 17-44  
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14 p, 84.3 KB Morphology vs. Word Order in the Acquisition of V-to-I / Costa, João (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) ; Loureiro, João (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
This article presents an experiment on children's sensitivity to two phenomena associated with V-to-I: morphology and word order. It is shown that children are highly sensitive to morphology, but accept ungrammatical sentences in which verb and adverb are in the wrong order. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.78
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 45-58  
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23 p, 138.8 KB The Acquisiton of Word-final Clusters in French / Demuth, Katherine (Brown University) ; Kehoe, Margaret (University of Hamburg)
The structure of French syllables has long been controversial, particularly with respect to the status of word-final consonants. Some researchers suggest that word-final consonants are syllabified as codas, whereas others propose that these are onsets of empty-headed syllables. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.79
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 59-81  
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26 p, 153.2 KB Allophony and Allomorphy Cue Phonological Acquisition : evidence from the European Portuguese vowel system / Fikkert, Paula (Radboud University) ; Freitas, Maria João (Universidade de Lisboa)
The acquisition of morphophonological alternations is hardly investigated in phonology (Macken 1995, Bernhardt & Stemberger 1998, Hayes 2004, Kerkhoff 2004). Learnability models of phonological alternations often assume that allophonic variation is easy to learn, as it usually follows from the phonology of the language (Peperkamp & Dupoux 2002, Hayes 2004). [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.80
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 83-108  
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34 p, 202.7 KB Prosodic Structure in Child French : evidence for the Foot / Goad, Heather (McGill University. Department of Linguistics) ; Buckley, Meaghen (McGill University. Department of Linguistics)
There is disagreement in the literature on whether French has stress and on whether it has a foot projection. The disagreement stems from the observation that French is unusual in that the phrase rather than the word is the domain of stress assignment, there is optional initial stress in addition to obligatory final stress, and there are rampant violations of word minimality. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.81
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 109-142  
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47 p, 230.7 KB Speculations About Early Syntax : the Production of Wh-questions by Normally Developing French Children and French Children with SLI / Hamann, Cornelia (University of Oldenburg. Department of English)
This paper examines the spontaneous (and elicited) production of questions in 3 typically developing French children (1;8-2;10) and 11 French children with SLI (3;10-9;1). French has three types of constituent questions (Wh-in-situ, fronted Wh without inversion, fronted Wh with inversion) graded in syntactic complexity, allowing detailed investigation of syntactic competence. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.82
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 143-189  
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29 p, 1.1 MB Early Acquisition of Nominal Plural in Spanish / Lleó, Conxita (Universität Hamburg. Institut für Romanistik)
This paper examines the development of nominal plural formation in Spanish by three monolingual and two Spanish-German bilingual children, from the beginning of word production until at about 2;4 - 3;0, depending on data availability. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.69
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 191-219  
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16 p, 96.1 KB Theoretical Implications of Object Clitic Omission in Early French : spontaneous vs. Elicited Production / Pirvulescu, Mihaela (University of Toronto at Mississauga)
This article examines the phenomenon of object clitic omission in French. Previous research contains contradictory results depending on the source of the data: it seems that in spontaneous production children prefer DPs while in elicited production they prefer omissions. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.70
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 221-236  
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36 p, 2.5 MB The Development of Codas in Catalan / Prieto Vives, Pilar, 1965- (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana) ; Bosch Baliarda, Marta (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana)
This paper focuses on the development of syllable-final consonants in Catalan. Developmental data by four Catalan-speaking children (Serra-Solé corpus in CHILDES) has revealed that codas appear with the very first word productions. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.67
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 237-272  
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4 p, 39.2 KB Resums
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.83
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 273-276  

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