on June 15, 2019
I picked E. I realize E is wrong because vocabularly makes it not necessary. If I had picked up on that word, I would have had to pick C.
However, I was expecting a correct answer to say mastering grammar is necessary for children to learn language. LL > MG. (Granted my prediction was just that the two needed some connection).
C says that mastering grammatical structure always leads to learning a language.
MG > LL.
Why does MG have to necessarily guarantee LL? What if it was just most?
I'm not trying to fight that it is necessary; C is right. I just want to know why.
Is it because the argument is basically equating learning grammatical structure to learning language? And its conclusion is that baby talk NEVER helps children learn language, so it's evidence has to 100% of the time. That's why any time a child learns grammar structure they learn language?
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on December 22, 2019