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It is also possible that, during the process of language development, they tend to use simpler constructions before learning to use complex constructions (predicted by UBT). Both these reasons emphasize the fact that children will more readily use a less costly and simpler construction than a construction which is more costly and more complex. If processing limitations have an effect on children’s utterances, this would mean that the simplest structures will be produced more easily and could be used as a way to circumvent these limitations when producing long utterances.

Our results also support the Full Clause or Full Competence Hypothesis (Hyams 1992; Wexler 1992; Poeppel & Wexler 1993), according to which functional categories are present in child grammar from the beginning. Keywords: Case, Number, underspecification, Russian child language 1. Introduction The goal of this study is two-fold. First and foremost, we investigate the acquisition of the relation between Case and Number by Russian-speaking children. Assuming that both Case and Number are generated by functional syntactic structure, our results contribute to the long-standing debate as to whether children’s grammars contain functional categories from the beginning or not.

Despite the claim that functional categories may be underspecified in early child grammar, Hoekstra & Hyams (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998) maintain the Full Clause Hypothesis which states that all functional categories/projections in the syntactic tree are present from the beginning. In Hoekstra and Hyams’ (1998) own words: On this approach the child’s grammar has in principle the full clausal structure available. The Full Clause Hypothesis also underlies various analyses which postulate the underspecification of particular functional categories in the top structure of the clause.

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