Newborns can not just crying, but he was already starting to learn the grammar. The researchers found that in the first year of life, infants listened closely and deconstructlanguage word pattern.
According to Professor Jill Lany of the University of Notre Dame, actually foundationstudy says early humans began around the age of 17 months.
“Babies are always looking for clues language and voice. My research shows that there are some hints that surprising in a stream of sounds that help babies learn the meaning of words. They can distinguish different types of words such as nouns and verbs from the flow of information in voice , ”said Prof. Lany.
He found that children aged one year can identify grammatical clues to guess what the word may be related. Baby understand that the word ”that is” spoken before the noun.
“If I say, ’Oh, look, it is the DAX’, people may not know whether ’DAX’ it. But cue ’it is’ make a baby knowing that the next word is an object or objects,” said Prof. Larry as reporteddailymail.
Similarly if someone says ’I menDAX it’. The same principle works on the cues andpatterns of words that show the verb. According to Prof. Larry, when reaching the age of 15 months, infants can track the grammatical structure is more complex.
“We often think that grammar mastered after learning the word. But in fact, my researchshows that all the information that came to the baby in the first year of life about how wordsoccur in the language actually supports the process of learning words before the masteryof language,” said Prof. Lany.
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