Children's Development of Grammar

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    • 00:18

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH: So, I'm sitting here today with Abby.And Abby is 7 years old.And we're going to talk about some things.And Abby, let me tell you the things I'm going to ask you.There's no right answer or wrong answer.Good.Just interested in what you have to say.So I hope that some of this will be fun.

    • 00:43

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH [continued]: Do you know what this is?

    • 00:44

      ABBY: A dog.

    • 00:45

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH: Exactly right.And this is a?

    • 00:48

      ABBY: Kitten.

    • 00:50

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH: OK.Now, would you take those two picturesand put them together in a way thatshows me that the dog is chasing the cat.

    • 01:05

      ABBY: Kind of like that.

    • 01:06

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH: OK.So we have the dog is chasing the cat.Here's a different sentence.What if asked you to show me the dog is chased by a cat?What would that look like?The dog is chased by the cat.

    • 01:27

      ABBY: Well you have to turn these and these around.

    • 01:30

      DR JOYCE MUNSCH: OK.We'll just put them around just the wayyou think they should be, So here wehave the dog is chased by the cat.Thank you.

Children's Development of Grammar

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Seven-year-old Abby places pictures in order to illustrate two sentences: "The dog is chasing the cat" and "the dog is chased by the cat."

Children's Development of Grammar

Seven-year-old Abby places pictures in order to illustrate two sentences: "The dog is chasing the cat" and "the dog is chased by the cat."

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