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A Spanish-speaking child in an English classroom is heard to frequently say, "I no like math." Over time the child alters the sentence to, "I not like math." How might this change in the form of this sentence be interpreted?

▸ The child has begun to apply the syntactic rules of Spanish to his English sentences.

▸ The child is showing increased confusion about the syntactic rules.

▸ The child has gradually advanced in his construction of negative structures in English.

▸ The child is engaging in semantic experimentation in struggling to learn English.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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The child has gradually advanced in his construction of negative structures in English.
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