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The semantic relations in Figure 4 express the following aspects Figure 4. Loc f Source [ Goal 1 + Location, of a simple object displacement procedure. ‘State 1’ is the initial static relation between object and location, such as an object being beneath screen A. Loc) the object from its Source position (Location,) to a Goal position (Location,). ‘State 2’ is the new static locative relation between the object and another screen. If the ‘operation’ is reversed, Location, becomes Source and Location, Sensory-motor intelligence and semantic relations in early child grammar 423 Goal, the object is returned to Location, and State 1 is restored.

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In terms of the classification ot Table 3, children’s first use of these verbs is restricted to the Relational part of their meaning and excludes the Characterizing part which would be concerned with the nature of the visual experience. There are probably no true EXPERIENTIAL verbs in two-word child language. The meanings that are and are not expressed in the first sentences of children are, therefore, constrained not merely by some kind of deep semantic ‘complexity’. ‘John likes Mary’ is not obviously syntactically or semantically more complex than ‘John hits Mary’, but the latter is an overt action and its meaning is therefore assimilable by the knowledge structures of sensory-motor intelligence.

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