Volume 35 2006

Semantics in Acquisition

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4484-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-4485-4 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. The development of the syntax-semantics interface

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      Pages 19-36

      ‘Mismatches’ of Form and Interpretation

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      Pages 37-64

      Watching Noun Phrases Emerge: Seeking Compositionality

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      Pages 65-88

      Cross-Linguistic Acquisition of Complement Tense

  2. Acquiring Universal Quantification

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      Pages 89-114

      Everybody Knows

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      Pages 115-140

      The Effect of Context on Children'S Interpretations of Universally Quantified Sentences

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      Pages 141-166

      Structure and Meaning in the Acquisition of Scope

  3. Time in the language of a learner

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      Pages 167-192

      Time for Children: An Integrated Stage Model of Aspect and Tense

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      Pages 193-218

      State Change and Temporal Reference in Inuktitut Child Language

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      Pages 219-244

      Temporal Adverbials and Early Tense and Aspect Markers in the Acquisition of Dutch

  4. Finiteness and its development

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      Pages 245-272

      On Finiteness

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      Pages 273-302

      Functions of Finiteness in Child Language

  5. Focus particles in child language

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      Pages 303-328

      Additive Particles and Scope Marking in Child German

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      Pages 329-348

      (Un)Stressed ook in Child Dutch