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First Language, ISSN 0142-7237, 2/2019, Volume 39, Issue 1, pp. 80 - 95
It has long been known that children may use a particular grammatical morpheme inconsistently at early stages of acquisition. Although this has often been... 
grammatical morphemes | prosodic morphology | inflectional morphemes | prosodic hierarchy | Determiners | Prosody | Child language | Morphemes | Syntactic analysis | Phonology | Grammar | Children | Licensing
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Snippets, 12/2018, Issue 34, p. 14
Lee and Amato discuss an evidence of a hybrid locality constraint on allomorphy from Korean. Hence, the data suggest the need for a hybrid theory of locality,... 
Morphemes | Korean | Morphology | Case
Journal Article
FIRST LANGUAGE, ISSN 0142-7237, 02/2019, Volume 39, Issue 1, pp. 80 - 95
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Educational Psychologist, ISSN 0046-1520, 04/2017, Volume 52, Issue 2, pp. 124 - 141
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2008, Solving problems in the teaching of literacy, ISBN 9781593858223, xiii, 338 p.27 cm.
This book provides tools to enhance upper-level spelling and vocabulary instruction, and features more than 120 reproducible sorting activities and games. It... 
Vocabulary | Study and teaching | English language | Orthography and spelling | Suprasegmentals | Spelling | Mathematics Instruction | Science Instruction | Form Classes (Languages) | Suffixes | Learning Activities | Social Studies | Vocabulary Development | Latin | Morphemes | Sentences | Language Patterns | Vowels | Teaching Methods | Syllables | Sampling | Greek
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2010, ISBN 9781606234686, xvi, 256
Written specifically for K-12 educators, this accessible book explains the processes involved in second-language acquisition and provides a wealth of practical... 
Oral Language | Spelling | English (Second Language) | Reading Fluency | Second Language Learning | Reading Instruction | Vignettes | Communication Skills | Educational Research | Second Language Instruction | Writing Across the Curriculum | Vocabulary Development | Listening Comprehension | Reading Comprehension | Morphemes | Linguistics
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2011, ISBN 9780521618175, 200
How do children acquire African American English? How do they develop the specific language patterns of their communities? Drawing on spontaneous speech... 
Language & Linguistics | African American children | Dialects | Phonology | English language | Sociolinguistics | United States | Black English | Morphemes | African American Children | Child Language | Black Dialects | Language Acquisition
Book
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, ISSN 0167-806X, 06/2019, pp. 1 - 46
Spanish comparatives have two morphemes that can introduce the standard of comparison: the complementizer que (‘that’) and the preposition de (‘of’/‘from’).... 
Semantics | Comparison | Well formedness | Complementizers | Morphemes | Spanish | Syntax
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La Linguistique, ISSN 0075-966X, 01/2017, Volume 53, Issue 1, p. 51
Il a longtemps été considéré, dans des études antérieures, que le malais et l’indonésien étaient des langues dissyllabiques, c’est-à-dire que les mots, dans... 
Morphemes | Malay | Truncation | Comparative linguistics
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California Linguistic Notes, 04/2017, Volume 41, Issue 1, p. 1
The purpose of this research is to introduce a certain function of the nuclear pitch accent in Persian, i.e., the expression of concession. A nuclear pitch... 
Accentuation | Morphemes | Persian | Frequency (Acoustics)
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Educational Psychologist, ISSN 0046-1520, 09/2006, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 161 - 180
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Estudios de Lingüística, ISSN 0212-7636, 01/2017, Issue 31, p. 135
Este artículo se ofrecen varios argumentos para considerar que los interfijos y los morfemas apreciativos son en realidad la misma clase de objetos, como... 
Diminutives and augmentatives | Morphology | Morphemes
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Scientific Studies of Reading, ISSN 1088-8438, 03/2019, Volume 23, Issue 2, pp. 178 - 191
Our understanding of spelling development has largely been gleaned from analysis of children's accuracy at spelling words under varying conditions and the... 
ROOT MORPHEMES | EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH | WORDS | PSYCHOLOGY, EDUCATIONAL | KNOWLEDGE | ABILITY | Cognitive Processes | Handwriting | Accuracy | Spelling | Elementary School Students | Age Differences | Morphemes | Time | Children | Foreign Countries | Preadolescents | Learning theories | Spelling acquisition | Words | Native language acquisition | Morphological processing | Children & youth
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Macrolinguistics, ISSN 1934-5755, 12/2018, Volume 6, Issue 9, pp. 59 - 68
Traditionally, ‘morphemes’ are consisting complex morphophonological properties and syntactic-semantic properties. However, in realizational theories such as... 
Distributed Morphology | morphemes | vocabulary items | Hausa
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Snippets, 12/2018, Issue 34, p. 8
Connections between the realization of tense information and viewpoint aspect information may arise in two ways. One is allomorphy: T and Asp ate projected... 
Tense | Morphemes | Aspect (Grammatical) | Syntax | Penutian languages
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Snippets, 12/2018, Issue 34, p. 4
The trigger of allomorphy should be sufficiently local to the morpheme subject to the allomorphy. Bobaljik adopts as a working hypothesis that this locality... 
Morphemes | Number (Grammatical) | Hypotheses | Suppletion | Breton | Periphrasis
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International Journal of Bilingualism, ISSN 1367-0069, 8/2017, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp. 433 - 453
Aim and objective: The aim of this study is to show how different English single content morphemes, in particular nouns and adjectives, occur in the Persian... 
LINGUISTICS | CODE | content morphemes | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | system morphemes | 4M model | CONSTRAINTS | Matrix Language Frame model | Code-switching | Language and languages | Bilingualism | Morphemics | Analysis | Complementizers | Spontaneous speech | Persian | Syntactic analysis | Audio recordings | Code switching | Studies | English | Language | Morphemes | Language typology | Models
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Langue Française, ISSN 0023-8368, 12/2017, Issue 196, p. 31
Cette étude vise à décrire le fonctionnement de trois marqueurs apparaissant dans des structures comparatives en français : aussi (que), si (que) et ne dit «... 
Spoken language | Written language | Morphemes | French language
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