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Introduction 9 I
Child language abduction and the acquisition
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abduction acoustic acquired adult allophones analysis articulation auxiliary verb babbling basis behaviour bilingual cerebral palsy child language Chomsky cognitive communication complex consonants context contrast coreference deep structure developmental distinction early English evidence example experimental fact formant frequently function fundamental frequency grade grammatical hypothesis imitation infant input interaction intonation investigation Jakobson kinesic labial language acquisition language acquisition device language development learning lexical linguistic meaning months morphemes mother nasal noun object observed onset Ottawa University particular patterns perceive perception phonemic phonological phonological development position present problem production psycholinguistic question relation relative repetition responses rules schema seems semantic sentences sequence similar situation Slobin social speakers spectrograms speech perception speech sound stage subjects subordinate clause suggests surface structure syllable syntactic syntax talk theory tion transformational grammar University utterances verb vocabulary voiced vowel word order