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Are called open questions or wh-questions. Wh-questions are formed with the following interrogative words: who, whom, whose, what, which, when, where, how, why The wh-element is usually in initial position in the questioning clause. Unlike yes/no questions, wh-questions generally have falling intonation. The normal statement order is altered in wh-questions by the placement of the wh-element in initial position and also by the inversion of the subject and the operator. • • • • • What did they eat?
And other questions in a child from 6;3–7;1. Research, particularly in the area of syntax, was renewed in the 1960, 1970s and early 1980s, influenced by Chomsky’s (1957, 1965) theoretical framework and Brown’s developmental stages (1973). vp 20 November 2005 22:21:06 Color profile: Disabled Composite Default screen 40 Early Trilingualism present in early child questions. Labov and Labov (1978) provided further evidence of the three stages in a longitudinal study of the acquisition of their child’s wh-questions, with particular reference to why.
You can't fix it? 5 Development of auxiliary verbs in entire grammatical system. Inversion of auxiliary and subject NP (noun phrase) in yes/no questions: Are you going to make it with me? Will you help me? Does the kitty stand up? Can I have a piece of paper? 0+ Development of tag questions from huh? Mature inversion of auxiliary and subject form: I have two turn, huh? We're playing, huh? That's funny, isn't it? D–F 42–54 months Based on Klima and Bellugi (1966) and Cazden (1970: 207) Cazden gives the example of why not + pronoun + VP in the case of Adam, and suggests that such forms are ‘unanalysed chunks, unrelated to other forms in the child’s language system’ (Cazden, 1970: 208).