A comparative study of the acquisition of German as a first and as a second language
thesisposted on 2021-06-22, 01:17 authored by Howard Ross Nicholas
This thesis examines the development of German as a first and as a second language in two young girls. The two girls were audio-taped in informal play situations over a period of eight to nine months when they were respectively just beginning to produce combinatorial speech and just beginning to have to communicate in a new language.
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