Learning Structural Alternations: What guides learners' generalization?

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How do learners acquire and generalize knowledge about structural alternations based on limited input? One possibility is that learners are verb-wise conservative, i.e., they largely restrict their use of structural alternations to verbs that they have experienced them in. The opposite is that they generalize all alternations across all verbs. Yet another possibility is that they are sensitive to ...

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