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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155463
Doc. No : 5708p
Call number : ‭5708‬
Main Entry : Vafaei, Zahra
Title Proper : Child Language Acquisition: A Case Study of Persian Consonants
Supervisor : ; Ahmad Reza Lotfi
Advisor : ; Reza Biria
College : Khorasgan
Date : , 2013=1392
Degree : M.A
field of study : , General linguistics
College : , Khorasgan
student score : , 1392/06/19, 1391/00/00
Page No : xii , 107p.
Note : 842
Abstract : This thesis reports the results of a case study investigating the acquisition of Persian consonants by a female child during 6 to 20 months of age. The data obtained from spontaneous and elicited observations shows that the child's acquisition of consonants took place at four different stages:(1) Stage I (from her 6th month to her 10th month) when she started babbling, and produced her first utterances i.e /b?b?/, /m?m?n/, /m?d?/. Four consonants /m/, /n/, /b/, /d/ were uttered. Towards the end of this stage, the nasals production was completed. (2) Stage II (from her 11th month to her 14th month). At this stage, sixteen other consonants appeared for the first time. At the end of this stage, the production of plosives, liquids, and roll was completed. Five fricatives /v/, /?/, /s/, /x/, /z/, seven plosives /g/, /t/, /k/, /p/, /q/, /?/, /h/, two liquids /l/, /j/, one affricate /?/, one roll /r/ were observed in Fateme's utterances. (3) Stage III (from her 15th month to her 16th month). At this stage, at the end of the fifteenth month affricates emerged by production of /?/ sound. From her 17th month to her 18th month, her performance deteriorated both in quality and quantity towards the end of this stage possibly due to some decline in her physical health. Then Stage IV (from her 19th month to her 20th month). At this stage, the production process started again and had a progressive rate in which she produced all the consonants she could produce before with a high frequency in a lot more cases and the most similar articulatory position to that of adults. Keywords: Child language acquisition, Persian consonants, Consonant production stages, Frequency..
electronic file name : 5708.pdf
Title and statement of responsibility and : Child Language Acquisition: A Case Study of Persian Consonants [Thesis]; Ahmad Reza Lotfi; Reza Biria
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p. 162-169
 
 
 
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