Contents: Stephen Crain: On Continuity – Thomas Roeper/William Snyder/Kazuko Hiramatsu: Language Acquisition in a Minimalist
Framework: Root Compounds, Merger, and the Syntax-Morphology Interface – David Le Blanc: ‘Parameter Setting’ in the Minimalist
Program – Theordore Marinis: Acquiring the Possessive Construction in Modern Greek – Spyridoula Varlakosta: Asymmetries in
the Acquisition of Pronominal Reference in Normal and SLI Children – Linda Escobar/Anna Gavarró: The Acquisition of Catalan
Clitics and its Implications for Complex Verb Structure – Marlies van der Velde/Celia Jakubowicz/Catherine Rigaut: The Acquisition
of Determiners and Pronominal Clitics by Three French-Speaking Children – Carla Soares: The Acquisition of D, T and C: Additional
Evidence – Celia Jakubowicz: Functional Categories in (Ab)normal Language Acquisition – Vaijayanthi M. Sarma: Case and Agreement:
The Issue of Non-Finite Sentences in Acquisition – Petra Gretsch: Are wh-Elements Really Optional in Early Question Acquisition?
The Case of wh-Drop Against Focal Ellipsis – Wenda Bergsma: Children’s Interpretation of Dutch Sentences with the Focus Particle
alleen – Adriana Alvarez: The Acquisition of Spanish Causative Constructions – Cathy Fragman: Pied-piping, Wh-Fronting
and the Acquisition of Relative Clauses in French – Janet Grijzenhout/Sandra Joppen: The Lack of Onsets in German Child Phonology
– Elizabeth K. Johnson/Peter W. Jusczyk: Finding the Words in Fluent Speech: How Infants Cope With Different Types of Word
Segmentation Cues – Sharon Peperkamp/Emmanuel Dupoux: Coping with Phonological Variation in Early Lexical Acquisition – Julia
Herschensohn: The Accidental Infinitive – Mamiko Akita: The Effect of «Positive Evidence With a Positive Effect» on Japanese
English Learners’ Interlanguage Phonology.