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The fascinating first year

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A talk which begins by addressing the question, ‘When does language acquisition start?’, and gives the answer, ‘Much earlier than most people think’. The focus is on early phonetic development, and on the distinctive nature of parent-child interaction. The talk is related to general issues concerning the functions of language encountered during the first year, especially the ludic function.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Linguistic Society (LingSoc) series.

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