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by Margaret Deuchar,Suzanne Quay

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0198299737
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Margaret Deuchar,Suzanne Quay
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Oxford University Press (June 7, 2001)
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A case study of a child acquiring English and Spanish in England between the ages of 1;7 and 2;3 is presented

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. A case study of a child acquiring English and Spanish in England between the ages of 1;7 and 2;3 is presented. VOT measurements of utterance-initial stops in English and Spanish were made of productions at ages 1;7, 1;11, and 2;3. Similar measurements of the parents' Spanish speech were made. While the child had developed an adult-like voicing contrast in English by age 2;3, she had not done so in Spanish.

Bilingual acquisition: Theoretical implications of a case study. Oxford University Press on Demand, 2001. One vs. two systems in early bilingual syntax: Two versions of the question.

Margaret Deuchar, Suzanne Quay.

Bilingual Acquisition. Theoretical Implications of a Case Study. Margaret Deuchar and Suzanne Quay. Focuses on bilingual development before the age of two. Both descriptive and theoretical in approach. Extensive use of data.

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Journal of Linguistics. Volume 37, Issue 3. November 2001, pp. 593-625. Margaret Deuchar & Suzanne Quay, Bilingual acquisition: theoretical implications of a case study. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 February 2002.

Deuchar, Margaret, and Suzanne Quay (2001) Bilingual Acquisition: Theoretical Implications of a Case Study. Finally, they provide the readers with detailed references on earlier studies of bilingual acquisition

Deuchar, Margaret, and Suzanne Quay (2001) Bilingual Acquisition: Theoretical Implications of a Case Study. Marina Tzakosta, University of Leiden Center for linguistics. Finally, they provide the readers with detailed references on earlier studies of bilingual acquisition. Chapter 2 is dedicated to the methodology of data collection and transcription. The authors give exhaustive records concerning the data collection (diary records, audio and -video recordings, transcriptions, use of CHILDES), which are absolutely essential for the readers to evaluate the results of the case study.

The case study approach to bilingual acquisition. Hungarian Journal of Applied Linguistics II:2, 33-42. Deuchar, M. and Quay, S. (2001). Bilingual Acquisition: Theoretical Implications of a Case Study. and Vihman, M. (2002). What use is a case study of bilingual acquisition?

Bilingual acquisition : theoretical implications of a case study. Abstract A case study of a child acquiring English and Spanish in England between the ages of 1;7 and 2;3 is presented

Bilingual acquisition : theoretical implications of a case study. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Methodology of Data Collection and Transcription. Chapter 3: Some Aspects of Phonological Acquisition. Chapter 4: Acquisition of the Lexicon. Chapter 5: Th. More). Abstract A case study of a child acquiring English and Spanish in England between the ages of 1;7 and 2;3 is presented. VOT measurements of utterance-initial stops in English and Spanish were made o.

Bilingual Acquisition : Theoretical Implications of a Case Study.

This book presents a case study in bilingual acquisition in a child under the age of two and explores the case's implications for language acquisition theory. The data collection methodology is fully discussed, and the book includes an extensive list of the child's words in English and Spanish.