Semantic Relations

Cross-linguistic studies of children at this stage have shown that there is a universal small set of meanings, or semantic relations, that are expressed, including agent+action, action + object, entity + location, entity + attribute, and demonstrative + entity. Children talk a lot about objects by naming them and by discussing their locations or attributes, who owns them, and who is doing things to them. They also talk about people, their actions, their locations, their actions on objects and so forth. Objects, people, actions, and their interrelationships preoccupy young children universally.

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