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First English edition
Prague : Charles University, Karolinum Press, 2016
1 online zdroj (166 stran)
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ISBN 978-80-246-3453-1 (online ; pdf)
ISBN 978-80-246-3436-4 (brožováno)
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The presented monograph introduces the processes of vocabulary and grammar (primarily morphology) acquisition in one Czech child over a long time span. The research is based solely on the analysis of authentic material (the corpus of transcriptions of audio recordings and the parental diary), and it covers the period from the onset of speech until three and half years of age in the target child’s development. The longitudinal study is oriented toward the acquisition of a lexicon and the acquisition of grammatical categories of inflectional parts of speech, namely, nouns, adjectives, pronouns and verbs. The analysis is largely building on the concepts of premorphology, protomorphology and modularised morphology. The results support the assertion that both grammatical and pragmatic competences are interrelated and that one limits the other..
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1. INTRODUCTION 9 // 2. THEORETICAL BACKGROUND I3 // 2.1 Previous research 14 // 2.2 Cross-language research of language acquisition 16 // 3. METHODOLOGY AND PROCEDURES I9 // 3.1 Methods of obtaining child language data-20 // 3.2 Data 21 // 3.2.1 Diary records 22 // 3.2.2 Audio recordings 23 // 3.3 Methodology of the research 29 // 3.3.1 Analysis of the lexicon 29 // 3.3.2 Mean length of the utterance-29 // 3.3.3 Percentage of base forms-31 // 3.3.4 Miniparadigms 31 // 3.3.5 Type-token ratio (TTR) 32 // 3.3.6 Sequence of acquisition of particular morphological categories-35 // 3.3.7 Several remarks to methodological issues 35 // 3.3.8 Research questions 36 // 4. ACQUISITION OF LEXICON 37 // 4.1 Characteristic of first words recorded in child’s oral production-38 // 4.2 First 50 lexemes in the target child’s production-39 // 4.3 Further development of the lexicon-42 // 4.4 Relationship between morphology and lexicon 43 // 4.5 Relationship between mean length of utterance and number of acquired lexemes - // 4.6 Parts of speech in the first vocabulary - previous research-44 // 4.7 Parts of speech in the first vocabulary of the target child-46 // 4.8 Semantic fields 48 // 4.9 Type-token ratio as an indicator of vocabulary development-49 // 5. GRAMMATICAL CATEGORIES OF CZECH 5I // 5.1 Nominal categories 52 // 5.2 Verbal categories-55 // 6. ONSET OF GRAMMATICAL CONTRASTS IN THE CHILD S DEVELOPMENT 59 // 6.1 First syntactic relations-60 // 6.2 Nominal categories: number 62 // 6.3 Nominal categories: case 64 // 6.4 Nominal categories: gender 65 // 6.5 First forms of verbs-65 // 6.6 Adverbial relations 67 // 7. PROTOMORPHOLOGICAL STAGE - SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY 69 // 8. ACQUISITION OF MORPHOLOGY - NOUNS 75 // 8.1 Percentage of base forms in nouns 76 // 8.2 Miniparadigms - nouns 78 // 8.3 TTR - nouns 81 // 8.4 Acquisition of grammatical categories - nouns 82 //
8.5 Pluralia tantum 87 // 8.6 Acquisition of nouns - summary 89 // 9. ACQUISITION OF MORPHOLOGY - ADJECTIVES 9I // 9.1 Percentage of the nominative singular in adjectives-92 // 9.2 Miniparadigms - adjectives 93 // 9.3 TTR - adjectives 95 // 9.4 Acquisition of grammatical categories - adjectives 95 // 9.5 Acquisition of adjectives - summary 100 // 10. ACQUISITION OF MORPHOLOGY - PRONOUNS lOl // 10.1 Percentage of nominative singular in pronouns-102 // 10.2 Miniparadigms - pronouns 103 // 10.3 TTR - pronouns 105 // 10.4 Acquisition of grammatical categories - pronouns 106 // 10.5 Acquisition of pronouns - summary 108 // 11. ACQUISITION OF MORPHOLOGY - VERBS 111 // 11.1 Percentage of base forms in verbs-112 // 11.2 Miniparadigms - verbs 113 // 11.3 TTR - verbs 116 // 11.4 Acquisition of grammatical categories - verbs-116 // 11.5 Acquisition of verbs - summary 121 // 12. GENERAL DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION 123 // 12.1 Percentage of base forms-124 // 12.2 Miniparadigms and the development of inflection 125 // 12.3 TTR and number of lemmas 126 // 12.4 Sequence of acquisition of individual grammatical categories-127 // References 132 // Appendix 137 // List of abbreviations 138 // Glossary 139 // Resumé 159 // Author index 161 // Subject index 163
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