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This is a typological characteristic that children acquiring the language cannot disregard. From early on, Hebrewspeaking children become attuned to the structural options available in their native tongue, a knowledge which sets up predispositions governing the acquisition of its grammar (Berman 1984a, 1986b, Slobin 1982, 1985a, and see Dromi, Leonard & Shteiman 1993 for the implications for language disorders). This tendency is strengthened by the obligatory nature of inflectional rules: the young Hebrew learner has no choice but to Table 2.
The synthetic nature of Hebrew morphology has two facets: one, a specifically Semitic one, is the notion of the consonantal root and affixal patterns. Another, which at least superficially resembles non-Semitic languages, is the array of agglutinating and fusional devices that encode most of the grammatical meanings and functions. Once Hebrew-speaking children are past the initial stage of learning unanalyzed amalgams by rote, they must come to terms with this bound nature of their language in order to handle its morphology productively (Borokovsky 1984).
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