The articles in this volume contribute to the joint enterprise between theoretical linguistics and research in the development of phonology and morphology. When it comes to the acquisition of phonology, Hebrew is a new member in the limited pool of studied languages (English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Greek, and just a few more). The fresh data provided in the present volume allow us to evaluate old issues and address new ones.
|Place of Publication||Leiden; Boston|
|Number of pages||256|
|State||Published - 6 Oct 2014|
- Hebrew language -- Acquisition
- Hebrew language, Modern -- Morphology
- Hebrew language, Modern -- Phonology