Dec 182020
 

The objective of this study was to determine whether the gains made during the use of tension morphems and agreement by children with a specific language impairment (SLI) were still visible during a 96-session intervention period one month after treatment and whether these therapeutic effects would be greater than those of children with LIS who otherwise received similar treatment, not highlighting the morphes of tension and stress. The number on a name is the flexible-morphological. For most English names, it`s flexible e.m. morpheme for the plural one – s or – it (p.. B. books, cars, crockery) that is added to the singular form of the name, but there are also a few words with irregular plurals. Some languages also have a special morphem for double number, to indicate exactly two of something. Here is an example of Manam, one of the many languages spoken in Papua New Guinea. You can see that there is a morphem on the nomic that displays doubles for exactly two women, and another morphem for the plural, that is, more than two women. 33 children, who completed the 96 treatment sessions and returned to the exam a month later, were participants. In this larger group, we selected 8 children from each of the three conditions (3S, AUX, general vocal stimulation, see below) whose pre-treating results were very similar in third person singular and auxiliary is/is/are/are very similar. In the past — ed, we found 7 children in each group who played great games.

For comparisons with the three different types of morpheme, slightly different groups of children were used for several reasons. First of all, for five children, we lacked a score for a type of morpheme for a certain period of time. Two other children had pre-processing values for the singulars of thirds (27%, 42%) which were dramatically higher than those of other children. The same was true for the pre-treatment value of another child for auxiliaries (21%) and for another child rate for the pretreament of another child for past tensions – ed (40%). In the other cases, we chose the child whose pretreatreation values on other morphemes were closest to the children of the other disease when more than one child was chosen as a close agreement for the morpheme of interest. This strategy has been used to prevent differences in children`s progress with target morphema due to unintended differences in children`s pre-treatment ability with other morphemes. As can be seen in Tables 1, 2.2 and 3.3, the children were closely related to their pre-treatment results under all three conditions. At the beginning of the study, 3-year-olds were 3 years old; (years, 6. Seven children were girls and 26 boys.

All the children were raised in a unilingual English-speaking home.

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