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Toddlers' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi - An Examination of Experimental and Everyday Contexts
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2009, ISBN: 9783639091670

[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller], Toddlers' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi takes a comprehensive look at the processes by which children extract structure and meaning from the particular language they are learning to build up a more complex grammar. Adopting a Usage-Based approach, this work, examines children s productivity, that is their ability to use a new verb in a construction in which they have never before heard it. It does so in a highly interactive experimental design using both novel and familiar verbs. Children s productivity in the experimental study is then compared with their own verb use in everyday play contexts with their caregivers as well as the mothers verb use to discern patterns of individual differences in language development. The findings of the studies reported here seem to suggest that languages with explicit markings for agent- patient relations facilitate an earlier onset of productivity than word-order languages like English. Productivity is also greater when children hear verbs used in diverse constructions by their caregivers. Toddlers'' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi takes a comprehensive look at the processes by which children extract structure and meaning from the particular language they are learning to build up a more complex grammar. Adopting a Usage-Based approach, this work, examines children s productivity, that is their ability to use a new verb in a construction in which they have never before heard it. It does so in a highly interactive experimental design using both novel and familiar verbs. Children s productivity in the experimental study is then compared with their own verb use in everyday play contexts with their caregivers as well as the mothers verb use to discern patterns of individual differences in language development. The findings of the studies reported here seem to suggest that languages with explicit markings for agent- patient relations facilitate an earlier onset of productivity than word-order languages like English. Productivity is also greater when children hear verbs used in diverse constructions by their caregivers., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220 mm, [GW: 270g]

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Toddlers'' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi - Smita Srivastava
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K.], Neuware - Toddlers' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi takes a comprehensive look at the processes by which children extract structure and meaning from the particular language they are learning to build up a more complex grammar. Adopting a Usage-Based approach, this work, examines children s productivity, that is their ability to use a new verb in a construction in which they have never before heard it. It does so in a highly interactive experimental design using both novel and familiar verbs. Children s productivity in the experimental study is then compared with their own verb use in everyday play contexts with their caregivers as well as the mothers verb use to discern patterns of individual differences in language development. The findings of the studies reported here seem to suggest that languages with explicit markings for agent- patient relations facilitate an earlier onset of productivity than word-order languages like English. Productivity is also greater when children hear verbs used in diverse constructions by their caregivers. Toddlers'' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi takes a comprehensive look at the processes by which children extract structure and meaning from the particular language they are learning to build up a more complex grammar. Adopting a Usage-Based approach, this work, examines children s productivity, that is their ability to use a new verb in a construction in which they have never before heard it. It does so in a highly interactive experimental design using both novel and familiar verbs. Children s productivity in the experimental study is then compared with their own verb use in everyday play contexts with their caregivers as well as the mothers verb use to discern patterns of individual differences in language development. The findings of the studies reported here seem to suggest that languages with explicit markings for agent- patient relations facilitate an earlier onset of productivity than word-order languages like English. Productivity is also greater when children hear verbs used in diverse constructions by their caregivers. -, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 218x152x18 mm, [GW: 299g]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K.], Neuware - Toddlers' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi takes a comprehensive look at the processes by which children extract structure and meaning from the particular language they are learning to build up a more complex grammar. Adopting a Usage-Based approach, this work, examines children s productivity, that is their ability to use a new verb in a construction in which they have never before heard it. It does so in a highly interactive experimental design using both novel and familiar verbs. Children s productivity in the experimental study is then compared with their own verb use in everyday play contexts with their caregivers as well as the mothers verb use to discern patterns of individual differences in language development. The findings of the studies reported here seem to suggest that languages with explicit markings for agent- patient relations facilitate an earlier onset of productivity than word-order languages like English. Productivity is also greater when children hear verbs used in diverse constructions by their caregivers. Toddlers'' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi takes a comprehensive look at the processes by which children extract structure and meaning from the particular language they are learning to build up a more complex grammar. Adopting a Usage-Based approach, this work, examines children s productivity, that is their ability to use a new verb in a construction in which they have never before heard it. It does so in a highly interactive experimental design using both novel and familiar verbs. Children s productivity in the experimental study is then compared with their own verb use in everyday play contexts with their caregivers as well as the mothers verb use to discern patterns of individual differences in language development. The findings of the studies reported here seem to suggest that languages with explicit markings for agent- patient relations facilitate an earlier onset of productivity than word-order languages like English. Productivity is also greater when children hear verbs used in diverse constructions by their caregivers., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 218x152x18 mm, [GW: 299g]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K.], Neuware - Toddlers'' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi takes a comprehensive look at the processes by which children extract structure and meaning from the particular language they are learning to build up a more complex grammar. Adopting a Usage-Based approach, this work, examines children's productivity, that is their ability to use a new verb in a construction in which they have never before heard it. It does so in a highly interactive experimental design using both novel and familiar verbs. Children's productivity in the experimental study is then compared with their own verb use in everyday play contexts with their caregivers as well as the mothers' verb use to discern patterns of individual differences in language development. The findings of the studies reported here seem to suggest that languages with explicit markings for agent- patient relations facilitate an earlier onset of productivity than word-order languages like English. Productivity is also greater when children hear verbs used in diverse constructions by their caregivers., [SC: 1.40], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 218x152x18 mm, [GW: 299g]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: VDM Verlag], - Toddlers' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi takes acomprehensive look at the processes by which childrenextract structure and meaning from the particularlanguage they are learning to build up a more complexgrammar. Adopting a Usage-Based approach, this work,examines children's productivity, that is theirability to use a new verb in a construction in whichthey have neverbefore heard it. It does so in a highly interactiveexperimental design using both novel and familiar verbs.Children's productivity in the experimental study isthen compared with their own verb use in everydayplay contexts with their caregivers as well as themothers' verb use to discern patterns of individualdifferences in language development. The findings ofthe studies reported here seem to suggest thatlanguages with explicit markings for agent- patientrelations facilitate an earlier onset of productivitythan word-order languages like English. Productivityis also greater when children hear verbs used indiverse constructions by their caregivers., [SC: 1.50], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 218x152x18 mm, [GW: 299g]

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Toddlers' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi
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Srivastava, Smita

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Toddlers' Use of Verb Constructions in Hindi

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3639091671

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783639091670
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3639091671
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Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: VDM Verlag
192 Pages
Poids: 0,299 kg
Langue: ger/Deutsch

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ISBN/EAN: 3639091671

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3-639-09167-1, 978-3-639-09167-0

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