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EALing 2007

Organisé par : Hamida Demirdache (univ. de Nantes)

Based on current research on the L1 acquisition of long-distance questions (in particular, in French), this course will explore some of the issues that the acquisition of questions and complementation/subordination raise for the syntax-semantics interface in language development. Issues discussed include the syntactic typology of LD questions (indirect/direct scope marking strategies, wh-copying, wh-clefts, wh-in-situ) and the felicity conditions of LD questions in L1 acquisition, presupposition projection and factivity, the syntax-semantic mapping in the acquisition of complementation and the implications of L1 data for the syntax of wh-in-situ in the adult grammar of French.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of (Principle & Parameters/Minimalist) syntax
References
Abdulkarim, L., Roeper, T. & De Villiers J. 1997. “Negative islands in language acquisition.” In New Perspectives on Language Acquisition: Minimalism and Pragmatics. University of Massachusets, Amherst.
Crain, S. & Thornton, R. 1998. Investigations in Universal Grammar. A guide to experiments on the acquisition of syntax and semantics. MIT Press.
Dayal, V. 2000. “Scope marking: cross-linguistic variation in indirect dependency”. In WH-Scope Marking, U. Lutz, G. Müller & A. Von Stechow (eds), 157-193. John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Demirdache, H. & Oiry M. 2007. On the Felicity Conditions for Long-Distance in L1 Acquisition. Proceedings of BUCLD 31
H.erburger, E. 1994. “A Semantic Difference between Full and Partial Wh-movement”. Paper presented at the 1994 LSA Annual Meeting, Boston.
Jakubowicz, C. 2004. “Is movement costly?”. Proceedings of the IVth JEL Conference. University of Nantes.
Lahiri, U. 2002. “On the proper treatment of ‘expletive wh’ in Hindi”. Lingua 112: 501-540.
Oiry, Magda. In prep. L’acquisition des interrogatives à longue-distance en français. Thèse de doctorat, Université de Nantes
Oiry, M. & Demirdache, H. 2006. “Evidence from L1 Acquisition for the Syntax of Wh- Scope Marking in French”. In The Acquisition of the Syntax of Romance Languages. John Benjamins Publishing Company.
de Villiers, J.G. & Pyers, J. (2001). “Complementation and false-belief representation”. In M. Almgren, et al. (Eds.), Research on Child Language Acquisition. Cascadilla Press.

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Organisateurs

Hamida_Demirdache

Hamida Demirdache (univ. de Nantes)

maître de conférence en Sciences du langage : linguistique et phonétique générales. LLING (EA3827)