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Acquisition of Swedish Grammar
Category: Educational materials (Swedish), Swedish | Author: killerengel | (14.03.13)   
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Acquisition of Swedish Grammar
Author->Edited by: Gunlög Josefsson, Christer Platzack, Gisela Håkansson
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Publication date: 2003
Number of pages: 315
Format/Quality: Rar->PDF (Excellent)
File Size: 1.09 MB

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Although the Scandinavian languages have played an important role as research object in the development of generative grammar during the last twenty years, they have not been a prominent subject for studies of language acquisition within this research paradigm. Swedish is no exception. There are a handful of detailed studies of the acquisition of particular parts of Swedish grammar, presented in papers e.g. by Ute Bohnacker, Gisela Håkansson, Gunlög Josefsson, Christer Platzack, and Lynn Santelmann, but there is so far no comprehensive overview of the results. In this volume we have assembled nine chapters addressing different aspects of the acquisition of Swedish, all of which are written exclusively for this volume.Most of the studies deal with the acquisition of various parts of Swedish syntax, but there is also a chapter on the development of the semantics of tense. In addition to a presentation of the following chapters this introductory chapter includes a short grammar of Swedish, where the most important differences with regard to English are highlighted.



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