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By Anne-Katharina Harr

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Increasingly more experiences have began to envision the impression of language-specific elements on language acquisition. in the course of language acquisition, German childrens from six years on use constructions which are just like these of adults of their language staff and in addition encode all semantic parts from an early age. In amazing distinction, French young ones as much as ten years have problems generating a few of the complicated buildings which are worthy for the simultaneous expression of numerous semantic parts. still, as well as those remarkable cross-linguistic modifications, the result of this examine additionally essentially express comparable developmental progressions in different respects, suggesting the effect of common developmental determinants.

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Although in his early writings Slobin was very skeptical about whether language-specific factors can influence cognition beyond the speech act (Slobin 1985a, 1985b, 1987), in his recent work he admits that “these sorts of online attention may also have long-term and pervasive effects on mental representation and conceptual processes” (Slobin 2003: 179; cf. also Slobin 2000: 126; Papafragou, Hulbert, and Trueswell 2008: 157). According to Gumperz and Levinson (1996b: 27), it follows conclusively from this hypothesis of thinking for speaking that one also has “to subscribe to a consequent relativity in thinking at the time at which events are experienced”.

Little by little, they become aware 9 Bloom says rightly: “In fact, representation is one of our most overused words because we have meant many different things in using the term” (Bloom 1991: 118). 10 The etymology of the term concept goes back to the Latin verb concipere ‘to subsume, to take in’. 11 Howes supports a rather opposing position, for example, when saying: “A single concept is typically expressed by a single word or word phrase, and is experienced in an introspective basis as a unity” (Howes 1990: 178).

The soul asks itself questions, and answers them with affirmations and denials. […] So for my part, I describe believing as speaking, and belief as a spoken account: not spoken to someone else, nor with the voice; but spoken to yourself, silently” (Theaetetus 189e, Plato 369 BC in Chappell 2004: 167). 22 In other words: Only what we can express in our language can be conceived and understood by our mind. 21 For more details of Plato’s view on language and thought, cf. Dörner (2006: 619), and Everson (1994: 10–27).

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