A Brief Overview of the Discussion on Universal Grammar with a Focus on Chomsky’s Theory
Keywords:Universal Grammar, Chomsky’s Theory
AbstractOver the past decades, linguists have argued over whether language abilities can be described as universal, something common to all speakers, or, whether they are learned secondarily. This paper introduces the main arguments for each side and arrives at a conclusion in support of universal language.
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Renxiu, L. Z. (2020). A Brief Overview of the Discussion on Universal Grammar with a Focus on Chomsky’s Theory. European Journal of Language and Literature, 6(2), 47–49. https://doi.org/10.26417/739uqd82o
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