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Inversion without grammar

  • WILLIAM O'GRADY (a1)

Abstract

MacWhinney's paper focuses on the role of input and learning strategies in explaining how language is acquired, essentially denying the poverty of stimulus assumption on which the so-called ‘logical problem of language acquisition’ is based.

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