By Fuad H. Megally, M. Mansoor
Contents: guide - Textbook - Written routines ebook - Spoken routines ebook - Alphabet ebook - Translation ebook - research leaflet - "Getting began" cassette - nine language cassettes.
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1970; Karmiloff-Smith 1979) Children aged 3 to 9 (Karmiloff-Smith 1979) (24) la fille a poussé X ‘the girl pushed X’ (25) la fille a poussé X aussi ‘the girl pushed the X also’ (26) la fille a poussé la même X ‘the girl pushed the same X’ Children aged 4 to 5 (Bresson et al. 1970) (27) Experimenter: Qui est parti? ’ Child: les moutons ‘the sheep’ (28) Experimenter: Qui est restes? ’ Child: les cochons ‘the pigs’ Articles 23 Again, data include Brown’s (1973) and Maratsos’ (1976) studies of English-speaking children aged 3.
9 display some early substitutions in the acquisition of the article system. 8 English-speaking children aged 3: speaker specific and listener non-specific (Brown 1973; Maratsos 1976) Children aged 3 (Brown 1973) (20) Child: The cat’s dead Mother: What cat? (21) Child: And the monkey hit the leopard And that the bowl Mother: What bowl? (22) Child: Where’s the stool? 9 French-speaking children aged 3 to 9: speaker specific and listener non-specific (Bresson et al. 1970; Karmiloff-Smith 1979) Children aged 3 to 9 (Karmiloff-Smith 1979) (24) la fille a poussé X ‘the girl pushed X’ (25) la fille a poussé X aussi ‘the girl pushed the X also’ (26) la fille a poussé la même X ‘the girl pushed the same X’ Children aged 4 to 5 (Bresson et al.
Fronterizo can be characterized as a case of fusion because its morphological system shows compartmentalization and retention of marked structures. 14 provides examples of fusion in Fronterizo. 13). 14(b) show, more-marked structures derived from both source languages are retained in Fronterizo. 14). Finally, as with Judeo-Ibero-Romance, in Fronterizo the specific/ non-specific distinction is not systematically markered by the use of zero. Again, in this case, the non-specific article is a copy of the indefinite article.
Arabic course Translation and Transliteration by Fuad H. Megally, M. Mansoor