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Are Humans Unique?
The Data of Linguistics and the Nature of Learning
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acquisition affricates allomorphs analysis appear argument articulation articulatory aspects behaviour Chapter child chimpanzee Chomsky Chomsky's clause cognitive colour communication complex consider consonants constituent context corresponding dialects discussion distinctive features English Epenthesis Ewenki example expression fact formant frequency fricatives function glottis grammar hyponym important instance intuitions involved Jakobson John language acquisition learning lexical lexical categories lexicon linguistic Mary meaning morpheme morphological nasal native speaker Note noun object oppositions palatalisation passive perception pheme phonetic phonological phonotactic phrase structure rules pidgin place of articulation plural position possible principles properties psychological question reference relationship representation Section segment semantic sentences sequence similar simple social sort sound speech stress string suffix suggest syllable syntactic syntax theory tion transformational grammar transformational rules tree utterances variables variation verb Verbal vibration vocal folds voice vowel words