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By Emmanuelle Labeau, In?'s Saddour, Ines Saddour

Stressful, point and temper have attracted a lot recognition within the components of either first and moment language acquisition, yet students within the disciplines frequently fail to profit from one another. Western eu languages have additionally been the point of interest of such a lot stories, yet there will be classes to profit from much less studied languages. This quantity bargains new insights on annoying, point and temper through bringing jointly the findings of first and moment language acquisition, and evaluating baby and grownup, monolingual and multilingual studying tactics which are approached from numerous theoretical issues of view. furthermore, it spans over quite a lot of much less studied languages (Bulgarian, Hebrew, Korean, Russian), and Western eu languages are studied from new angles.

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The production data also allows inferences aboutage related changes of children's ability to look at the internal structure of eventualities and to mark the perspective they take using the languagespecific means. While children successfully master different facets of deontic modality employing various syntactic constructions, they still show some deviation from adult speakers with respect to the representation and overt marking of an inner perspective to a telic situation. The results obtained are 4 The absolute ungrammaticality of synthetic NI with perfective verbs in Bulgarian is employed as a test for the aspectual value of a verb (Bojadzhiev et al.

Bulgarian expresses deontic modality synthetically by means of verbal imperative inflection (1), or analytically in constructions containing modal elements, be they modal verbs, adverbs, or particles (2). (1) (2) Nalej sok v kanata! Pour 2SG PF IMP juice M SG INDEF into jug F SG DEF Pour some juice into the jug ! a. Da nalee sok v kanata ! That MOD PARTICLE pour 3SG PRES PF juice M SG INDEF into jug F SG DEF Let (her / him) pour juice into the jug! b. Da ne nalee sok v kanata ! That MOD PARTICLE not pour 3SG PRES PF juice M SG INDEF into jug F SG DEF She / He should not pour juice into the jug !

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