Flashcards in Chapter 3- Language Acquisition Deck (18)
What are the three domains of language?
Form, content, use
What makes up form?
phonology, morphology, syntax
What makes up content?
What makes up use?
What refers to where the articulators approximate each other to create a sound source for consonants?
Place of articulation
What refers to how the sound is modified along the vocal tract for consonants?
Manner of articulation
What refers to the presence or absence of vocal fold vibration when producing sounds?
Describe place, manner, & voicing of /b/
Describe place, manner, & voicing of /h/
How are vowels characterized?
1. tongue height
2. tongue advancement
3. tension or lax
What is overgeneralization?
A type of semantic error: saying "ball" for "moon" indicating a child thinks a word meaning is more broadly applied
What is undergeneralization?
only saying the child's dog is "dog" but not other dogs indicates a child thinks a word's meaning is too restricted or narrow
Early language development & vocabulary is comprised primarily of what?
When do children begin to acquire verbs?
What is a free morpheme?
those that stand alone and carry meaning (e.g., tree, house, dog, milk)
What is a bound morpheme?
must be combined to a free morpheme in order to be meaningful (e.g., -s, -ing)
What are the two types of affixes?
Prefixes & suffixes