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Pronouns and clitics in early language [electronic resource].

Contributor(s): Larra�naga, Mar�ia Pilar.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in generative grammar: 108.Publisher: [Berlin, Germany] : De Gruyter Mouton, c2012Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 9783110238815 (electronic bk.); 3110238810 (electronic bk.); 9783110238808 (Cloth); 3110238802 (Cloth); 9781283627696 (MyiLibrary); 1283627698 (MyiLibrary).Subject(s): Grammar, Comparative and general -- Clitics | Grammar, Comparative and general -- Pronoun | FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / French | FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / Romance Languages (Other)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 440.04019 Online resources: EBSCOhost Summary: Traditional grammars have stated that clitics are subject or object pronouns whose distributional features make them different from personal pronouns. This book focuses on the acquisition of personal and demonstrative pronouns as well as clitics with respect to determinative phrases in a variety of languages of the Romance family and several indigenous languages, such as Quechua. A particularlyoriginal aspect of the present volume is that it not only addresses syntactic issues, but also semantic and pragmatic questions that have been widely neglected in the literature. It also reports on acquisition data of languages, such as Quechua, which have not attracted the attention of researchers until very recently.
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Traditional grammars have stated that clitics are subject or object pronouns whose distributional features make them different from personal pronouns. This book focuses on the acquisition of personal and demonstrative pronouns as well as clitics with respect to determinative phrases in a variety of languages of the Romance family and several indigenous languages, such as Quechua. A particularlyoriginal aspect of the present volume is that it not only addresses syntactic issues, but also semantic and pragmatic questions that have been widely neglected in the literature. It also reports on acquisition data of languages, such as Quechua, which have not attracted the attention of researchers until very recently.

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