Looks like: 21 years ago I was in the middle of learning Russian, or trying. I wanted to know if there was a text on how Russian children learn Russian, looking for a hack to learn it faster. —- Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999 Subject: What styles of speaking do Russian children use? I can give you a very good reference: Korney Chukovskiy “Ot dvuh do pyati” (“From 2 till 5″) It is an incredible book focused on children’s thinking and the way they express their thoughts through speech. You won’t regret reading it. I suppose it’s not difficult to find, or is it? Alexey On Thu, 30 Sep 1999, Udut, Kenneth wrote: > Question: > > What styles of speaking do Russian children use? > > In other words, how does a 2 yr old Russian child speak? > What about a 3 yr old, then a 4 yr old? > > I’m sure there have been studies on this somewhere, > and if anybody could either give examples, or > point me to a website or perhaps a citation or > book on the subject, I would greatly > appreciate it! > > [for example, standard order of words > acquired, the way the words are used, to > communicate] > > > Kenneth Udut > Kenneth.Udut at SPCORP.COM

Looks like: 21 years ago I was in the middle of learning Russian, or trying. I wanted to know if there was a text on how Russian children learn Russian, looking for a hack to learn it faster.
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Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999
Subject: What styles of speaking do Russian children use?
 
I can give you a very good reference:
Korney Chukovskiy “Ot dvuh do pyati” (“From 2 till 5″)
 
It is an incredible book focused on children’s thinking and the way they express their thoughts through speech.
You won’t regret reading it. I suppose it’s not difficult to find, or is it?
 
Alexey
 
On Thu, 30 Sep 1999, Udut, Kenneth wrote:
 
> Question:
>
> What styles of speaking do Russian children use?
>
> In other words, how does a 2 yr old Russian child speak?
> What about a 3 yr old, then a 4 yr old?
>
> I’m sure there have been studies on this somewhere,
> and if anybody could either give examples, or
> point me to a website or perhaps a citation or
> book on the subject, I would greatly
> appreciate it!
>
> [for example, standard order of words
> acquired, the way the words are used, to
> communicate]
>
>
> Kenneth Udut
> Kenneth.Udut at SPCORP.COM
===

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