Acquiring optionality in french wh-questions: an experimental study

@inproceedings{Zuckerman2001AcquiringOI,
  title={Acquiring optionality in french wh-questions: an experimental study},
  author={Shalom Zuckerman and Aafke Hulk},
  year={2001}
}
Cet article presente une etude experimentale sur l’acquisition des questions wh racines en francais, dont le mouvement wh est optionnel. 33 enfants et 22 adultes ont ete soumis a un test visant a eliciter 32 questions wh. Les resultats se resument comme suit : 1° Les enfants produisent un plus grand nombre de questions a wh in situ; 2° Ils ne produisent pas de questions wh a inversion du sujet, au contraire des adultes; 3° Le choix de la structure est lie au choix du mot wh, chez tous; 4° Les… CONTINUE READING

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