Verb morphology syntax
Journal of Greek Linguistics 15 , 1 , ; https: Most cited this month Review article: A child with morphology and syntax deficits may: Demonstrate inconsistent or incorrect word order when speaking Use a limited number of grammatical markers e.
By age twenty-four months: Mommy no go appears Rising intonation is used to indicate a question By age thirty-six months: Overgeneralization of past-tense verb forms is in place e. Mommy no go appears Rising intonation is used to indicate a question Present tense auxiliaries have emerged e.
Daddy is eating; Bunny does hop By age forty-two months: Auxiliary verbs are being ordered correctly in questions and negatives e. What is he doing? Grammatical markers have emerged including: A variety of early complex sentence types emerge including compound sentences e. My shirt is blue and green , full prepositional clauses in sentences e.
I put away the toys in the toy box , and simple infinitives I want to draw. By age forty-eight to sixty months: Passive sentences are understood and used For more information on the development of morphology and syntax, please visit, Speech Language Therapy. References Paul, R