By Ludo Martens
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The advantage of such an approach is that it can account for non-local Economy, that is the conflation of categories that do not surface adjacently in the phonetic string (cf. Noyer 1992). In order to assess the number of categories we must distinguish between categories and values. For instance, in Cuzco Quechua two categories are distinguished: person and number, and within these two categories five values are distinguished: first, second and third person, and singular and plural. In addition, there is a difference between first person plurals that refer to the speaker and the addressee, so-called inclusive plurals, and plurals that refer to the speaker and non-addressees, so-called exclusive plurals, cf.
Dœm-i, while in other verb classes these forms are distinct. This similarity is, however, only phonological and accidental. Although there are some interesting intermediate cases (cf. Carstairs-McCarthy 1987: 93ff. 1), usually these two kinds of homonymy can be distinguished, and their role in language change is different as well. Accidental homonymy emerges through ‘blind’ phonological change, while structural homonymy is a result of analogical levelling. We will see that accidental homonymy is more prone to change than structural homonymy.
2 Child and adult learning While production and perception are obviously different activities, they are always fundamental to speech communities. 19 There are speech communities that have only first language learners and others that only consist of second language learners. L1 and L2 learning both progress from knowing nothing specific about a particular language towards a state of full command, although this final state is often not attained for L2 learners. L1 learners differ from L2 learners in that the latter already know a language in the beginning.
Another View of Stalin by Ludo Martens