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Contributing to linguistic theory, language description and the characterization of language development through experimental studies

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Abstract

By reviewing some recent experimental results in the domain of <i>answering strategies </i>in different languages and in the domain of Subject relatives and Object relatives in development (and adult parsing), the paper aims at illustrating the crucial contribution that experimental studies can provide on several dimensions at the same time, from formal linguistic theory, to comparative language description, to the characterization of different modes of language development. Keywords: new information; intervention; relative clauses; answering strategies

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