Before trying to solve these puzzles, another mystery must be introduced. Our hypotheses were that excipients would be inserted into a structure to help related morphemes if the verb is not able to do so for one reason or another. Clearly, a free morphem does not need to be supported by either the verb or an excipient. This predicts that if bending appears as a free morphem, i.e. a tense or infinite marker, there will be no need for an inserted excipient accompanying an appearance morphema. But this prediction seems wrong: a second possible reason for modest gains is that the processes of tense chord morphemes are more subject to maturing processes than other details of language, often intended for interventions. Certainly, this possibility is consistent with Wexler`s (2003) proposal that the inconsistent application of tension and consent of children with LSIs could be the result of a maturing principle that has not yet prevailed. Without this significant change in the child`s maturation state, progress in this area of grammar may be limited and the child will remain in the “optional infinite phase” (Rice – Wexler, 1996; Wexler, 2003). One of the first large-scale typological surveys of the universalities, trends and hierarchies of the brand in the behavioral behavior of transverse deafness. The thesis that the processes established by chord markers and those that produce pronouns are similar in themselves (a thesis that is echoed in many recent work on climate doubling).

The isolation of the list of works that should be considered “fundamental” in a given field or subsector is obviously a very subjective question, for which it may be difficult (if not impossible) to reach consensus; however, these works, hopefully, will put, if not all works on agreement, that would merit such a name (see also Chomsky 2000 and Chomsky 2001, both cited as test-goal). Moravcsik 1978 is a groundbreaking typological study of the conformity of a large typological sample. George and Kornfilt in 1981, Fassi Fehri in 1988, Bobaljik in 1995, Chung in 1998 and Rackowski and Richards 2005 are supposed to be case studies on agreement in certain languages (or language families), but they have proven to be very influential and important for the development of the theory of concordance in general. In 1997, research on uniqueness in the language of adults and the study of language learning. Anagnostopoulou 2003 is an innovative case study on how agreement (and climate doubling) can help to understand the syntax of a given construction, in this case the verb ditransity. Wechsler and Zlati`2003 represent a theory of adequacy that lies in the grammar of the head-controlled sentence structure (HPSG) and lexical-functional grammar (LFG), paying particular attention to discursium phenomena and the resolution of chords in coordinations. GLS treatment was designed to be very similar to other treatments, with the notable exception that some morphemas were not targeted. We adapted 3S stories by converting all the individual materials of the third person into plural materials of the third person (z.B. “They go really fast”). These latter subjects do not require a disguised bending of the verb. Similarly, during the “redesign” portion of the meeting, the physician presented an overhaul that employed a plural subject of a third party.