Subject Omission in Children ’ s Language : The Case for Performance Limitations in Learning

Abstract

Several theories have been put forward to explain the phenomenon that children who are learning to speak their native language tend to omit the subject of the sentence. According to the pro-drop hypothesis, children represent the wrong grammar. According to the performance limitations view, children represent the full grammar, but omit subjects due to… (More)

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