The Order of Using Persian Interrogative Words Used by One to Three-year-old Children: A Longitudinal Case Study

@inproceedings{Taghinezhad2017TheOO,
  title={The Order of Using Persian Interrogative Words Used by One to Three-year-old Children: A Longitudinal Case Study},
  author={Ali Taghinezhad and Ahmad Hasan Khalifah and Mohammad Sharif Hosseini},
  year={2017}
}
This study aimed at investigating the order of using Persian interrogative words used by 1 to 3 year-old children. To do so, two children were selected in Behesht kindergarten in Kazerun, Iran. All the words used by these two children were recorded full and the interrogative words were extracted. The children’s utterances were transcribed and then analyzed using SPSS. The results indicated that children used the interrogative words “what” and ‘where’ more frequently than other interrogative… CONTINUE READING

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