REFLECTION ON THE AGREEMENT AND TENSE OMISSION MODEL OF SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT: A CORPUS-BASED STUDY

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On the basis of the Leonard corpus in the Child Language Data Exchange System, the present paper tries to evaluate Wexler, Schütze & Rice's (1998) two-factor account of specific language impairment (SLI), the Agreement and Tense Omission Model (ATOM), and to figure out the nature of syntactic errors made by SLI children. The result shows ...More

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