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"Differences between monolingual and bilingual children's communicative behaviour." - By Moritz M. Daum group
What is this work about? This paper talks about a new way of thinking about how children learn to communicate. The idea is that when kids have different kinds of experiences talking with others, it affects how they communicate in the future. If they have lots of experiences where talking doesn’t work well, they will learn to use more ways to communicate and be more flexible when they talk. The authors use bilingual children as an example to explain this idea. They talk about how growing up with two languages affects how kids learn to communicate. Children who speak only one language and those who speak two or more languages communicate differently. Children who speak two languages are better at understanding what their communication partner is trying to say. They also adapt more easily to what the other person needs and use gestures to explain things more often. They are better at fixing misunderstandings and responding in a way that makes sense. The general idea is, however, not limited to bilingual communication but can also be applied to other challenge communicative situations.
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