نتایج جستجو برای language acquisition

تعداد نتایج: 411422  

Journal: :متن پژوهی ادبی 0
منصور فهیم, هیئت علمی دانشگاه علامه طباطبایی,

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Language acquisition is a natural developmental process and is unique to Homo sapiens in which a child acquiring his or her mother tongue as a first language.  The simplest theory of language development is that children learn language by imitating adult language. A second possibility is that children acquire language through conditioning. Noam Chomsky put forward innateness hypothesis. Piaget ...

2008
Anna Papafragou, Naomi Schwarz,

2008
Stephen Crain, Rosalind Thornton,

Every normal child acquires a language in just a few years. By four or five, children have effectively become adults in their abilities to produce and understand endlessly many sentences in a variety of conversational contexts. There are two alternative accounts of the course of children's language development. These different perspectives can be traced back to the NATURE VERSUS NURTURE debate ...

Journal: :Journal of psycholinguistic research 2006
Stephen Crain, Takuya Goro, Rosalind Thornton,

According to the theory of Universal Grammar, the primary linguistic data guides children through an innately specified space of hypotheses. On this view, similarities between child-English and adult-German are as unsurprising as similarities between cousins who have never met. By contrast, experience-based approaches to language acquisition contend that child language matches the input, with n...

Journal: :Cognitive science 2010
Nick Chater, Morten H. Christiansen,

Recent research suggests that language evolution is a process of cultural change, in which linguistic structures are shaped through repeated cycles of learning and use by domain-general mechanisms. This paper draws out the implications of this viewpoint for understanding the problem of language acquisition, which is cast in a new, and much more tractable, form. In essence, the child faces a pro...

Journal: :Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Cognitive science 2010
David Lightfoot,

Children acquire a mature language system and sometimes this system differs from that of their parents. This is a significant part of language change and understanding acquisition is key to understanding this kind of change in people's internal grammars. I outline one approach to language acquisition, based on children finding cues expressed in the input they are exposed to. This enables us to ...

1998
Gerald Gazdar, Hans van Halteren, Simon Kirby, David Lightfoot, David Milward,

An account of grammatical acquisition is developed within the parameter-setting framework applied to a generalized categorial grammar (GCG). The GCG is embedded in a default inheritance network yielding a natural partial ordering (reeecting generality) of parameters which determines a partial order for parameter setting. Computational simulation shows that several resulting acquisition procedur...

ژورنال: متن پژوهی ادبی 1998
منصور فهیم,

در روند اکتساب (acquisition) زبان مادری پیرامون بسیاری از زبانهای زنده دنیا تحقیقات وسیعی صورت گرفته است و در اغلب موارد نتایج بسیار مشابهی بدست آمده است که این امر به فرضیه جهانی بودن زبان (Language Universals) قوت بیشتری می بخشد. این تحقیقات در مورد زبانهای انگلیسی، فرانسه، روسی، آلمانی، استانبولی، ایتالیایی، عربی، چینی، ترکی، ژاپنی، عبری، لهستانی و برخی از زبانهای آفریقایی به صورت مکتوب و بس...

Mohammad Hashamdar, Poone Abbasi Mesrabadi,

Learning a new language also involves learning a broad system of norms for social relations.This study broadly showed how EFL learners’ speech act is conveyed from their nativecultures when they are communicating in English and demonstrated that there are somepossibilities of cross-cultural misunderstanding when interlocutors are engaged in the speechact of complimenting with native speakers of...

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