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Language Devel. 3/14

morphemes review start to acquire at 18 mo, 14 examples frequently used & studied, mastered at 4 yrs but not perfectly, ing earliest used,
semantics subsytem of language concerned with rules governing the meaning of words and word combinations
semantic features (markers) aspect of meaning that characterize the word, combined with others for full meaning, need clusters, mastered when kid set matches adult
relational words words that identify relationships amoung people, objects, and events, spatial-temporal-dimensional-quantity,
spatial relate to position in space, in and on, up and down, whole word conveys meaning
temporal time, harder to learn, order of events, duration, simultaneous, ex. before/after, kids willing to skip part they don't know
dimensional word pairs that identify opposite ends of a limit of a person or object, ex. big/little