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1 1 In this chapter I use the term ‘‘dimension,’’ rather than ‘‘parameter,’’ as principles of constrained variation are central to both principles-and-parameters and functionalisttypological approaches. 20 Issues of Linguistic Typology 21 Table 2-1: Declensions of English Nominals Case Singular Plural Nominative Genitive Dative Accusative Vocative Ablative a king king’s, of a king to a king a king o´ king! with, from, or by a king kings of kings to kings kings o´ kings! by kings From da Silva (1809, p.
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Understanding Sign Language Development 13 various contexts or having ﬂuent models (a challenge then shared by their children). It is important to keep in mind here that the children we are describing represent approximately 95% of the population of deaf children (Mitchell & Karchmer, 2004). As a result of this situation, most deaf children do not encounter ‘‘good’’ examples of a full, rich language until they encounter deaf adults or deaf children from deaf families. , with hearing parents), the signing they see from deaf adults as well as deaf peers will be quite variable.