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Code-switching among bilingual Afrikaans-Dutch children
To describe the code-switching in the speech of pre-school, bilingual Afrikaans-Dutch children, novel language data of eight preschool children between the ages of 2;3, and 6;4 who are raised bilingually in Afrikaans and Dutch in South Africa were collected and analysed. The parent-report method was employed to collect the data, and the data collection period lasted a total of approximately two months. The NWU HSSEC ethics number for the research is: NWU-02043-20-S7
Monique Rabe
moniquerabe7@gmail.com
North-West University
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Afrikaans; Dutch
Rabe, Monique
Rabe, Monique
Afrikaans; bilingual first language acquisition; Dutch; closely-related languages; construction grammar; non-cognates; non-identical cognates; false friends
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12185/541
Enriched, annotated Afrikaans-Dutch dataset
The speech data was collected over a period of two months.
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An investigation of Afrikaans first language acquisition from cognitive approaches
2021-08-06T08:14:15Z
2021-08-06T08:14:15Z
2021


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