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Transformational grammar as a theory of language acquisition; a study in the empirical, conceptual and methodological foundations of contemporary linguistics [by] Bruce L. Derwing.


Cambridge [England] University Press, 1973.
ISBN 0521087376, 9780521087377

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Subjects Enfants -- Langage.
Generative Transformationsgrammatik.
Generative grammar.
Gramática transformacional.
Grammaire générative.
Grammatica.
Langage -- Acquisition.
Language acquisition.
Methodologie.
Spracherwerb.
Taal.
Theorie.
Transformaties (taalkunde)
Series Cambridge studies in linguistics ; 10.
Description xi, 346 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 325-341).
Contents Some central aspects of the 'Chomskyan revolution' in American linguistics -- On the nature of language acquisition -- Some problems in phonological description -- 'Explanation' and 'naturalness' in TGG -- Some process-oriented counterproposals -- Chomsky's 'revolution' reconsidered -- On 'competence' and 'performance' -- Towards a redefinition of linguistic research.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)627954
(OCoLC)ocm00627954
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WorldCat Identities Derwing, Bruce L.
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