How tolerant is universal grammar? : : essays on language learnability and language variation / / ed. by Rosemarie Tracy, Elsa Lattey.

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter DGBA Linguistics and Semiotics 1990 - 1999
Place / Publishing House:Tübingen : : Max Niemeyer Verlag, , [2011]
Max Niemeyer Verlag, , [1994]
Year of Publication:2011
Edition:Reprint 2011
Series:Linguistische Arbeiten , 309
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Physical Description:1 online resource (315 p.) :; Num. figs.
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Other title:I-IV --
Table of Contents --
Introduction --
Bibliography --
Raising Questions: Formal and Functional Aspects of the Acquisition of Wh-Questions in German --
Possible Domains for Individual Variation in Early Developmental Stages --
Variations on "Variation": On the Acquisition of Complementizers in German --
Learnability Meets Development: The Case of Pro-Drop --
A Theory of Null Objects and the Development of a Brazilian Child Grammar --
Activating Passives in Child Grammar --
Variation in Grammar and First Language Acquisition: A New Concept of Parameter in Universal Grammar --
Intermodular Synchronization: On the Role of Morphology in the Normal and Impaired Acquisition of a Verb-Second Language --
How Do Children Cope with Variation in the Input? The Case of German Plurals and Compounding --
Variation in the Acquisition of German Plural Morphology by Second Language Learners --
Inference and Learnability in Second Language Acquisition: Universals vs. Language-Specific Phenomena in the Domain of Idiomatic Expression --
List of Contributors
Format:Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
ISSN:0344-6727 ;
Access:restricted access
Hierarchical level:Monograph
Statement of Responsibility: ed. by Rosemarie Tracy, Elsa Lattey.