The Relevance of Recent Research on SLI to Our Understanding of Normal Language Development
In this paper I wish to explore several ways in which recent research on SLI is managing to throw light on the nature of normal language development.
KeywordsLanguage Learner Word Order Language Acquisition Specific Language Impairment Lexical Item
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