The Incidence of Error in Young Children's Wh-Questions
- LES SUBORDONNÃ‰ES DITES INTERROGATIVES COMME COMPLÃ‰MENTS DE DÃ‰PENDANCE. DE CORNULIER, BENOÎT // Therapeutics, Pharmacology & Clinical Toxicology;Dec2013, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p131
In the present article, I argue that, not only in such explicit expressions as Â« Whether Q depends on whether P Â», but in a more general sense, a so-called Â« embedded question Â» or Â« subordinate interrogative clause Â» represents one pole in a distributive conditional relation...
- Comparison of Two Methods for Selecting Minimum Stimulation Levels Used in Programming the... Skinner, Margaret W.; Holden, Laura K.; Holden, Timothy A.; Demorest, Marilyn E. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug1999, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p814
Minimum stimulation levels for active electrodes in a Nucleus 22 cochlear implant were set at threshold [clinical default value) and raised levels (M = +2.04 dB) to determine if raised levels would improve recipients' understanding of soft speech sounds with the SPEAK speech coding strategy....
- RECALL FOR ANSWERS TO "CONDUCIVE" QUESTIONS. Fillenbaum, Samuel // Language & Speech;Jan-Mar68, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p46
Focuses on the effect of question format at time of recall test. Formulation of grammatical rules for questions; Transformation component of the grammar; Basis for expecting a comparable effect for positive questions.
- Twelve (or So) Grumbles about American "English.". Jago, Michael // California English;Winter99, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p25
The article evaluates a sentence for grammatical errors and discusses the common errors Americans commit in writing and speech. The errors observed in the sentence include the overuse of commas, the incorrect use of adverbs, split infinitives and oxymorons, and the as/like dichotomy. Other...
- Punctuation Categories: Question- Direct Question. // Punctuation Thesaurus;1991, p237
The article focuses on the rules related to the use of direct questions in a sentence. A question mark should be inserted after a question when it stands alone. The question may even have missing, but implied, words. For instance, the one with the waggly tail? This question has "Are you talking...
- THE QUIZ. // Copyediting;Aug2010, p1
A quiz concerning the grammatical errors in a certain sentence is presented.
- THE QUIZ. // Copyediting;Dec2011, p1
A quiz concerning grammatical errors in a sentence is presented.
- Funny FILL-IN. BOWMAN, BIANCA // National Geographic Kids;Dec2013, Issue 436, p35
A quiz about language and grammar is presented.
- Along Parallel Lines. McEwen, Alec // Books in Canada;Mar1994, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p54
Criticizes several institutions and persons in using of equivocal phrases and words. Commentary against a columnist of Calgary Herald; Criticisms against a Canadian police on the improper use of the word 'deploy'; Presentation of a case of improper use of diplomatic language by the Norwegian...