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Author Name    A.M. Schaerlaekens

Title   The Two-Word Sentence in Child Language: A Study Based on Evidence Provided By Dutch-speaking Triplets

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Very Good

Edition   First Edition

Size   19 Cms x 28 Cms

Publisher   The Hague, The Netherlands Mouton & Co. 1973

Seller ID   004436

Printed Pages: 196.

Theoretical Linguistics Triplets Dutch-speaking

Price = 40.00 USD


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