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AN ANALYSIS OF PARENTESAND BABY TALKIN FIRSTLANGUAGE ACQUISITION FadhillahMukhlisa(17178005) EnglishEducation Program , Universitas Negri Padangemail:[email protected]  abstract Theaim of this research is to describes one ways of human producing andcomprehending speech, it is parentes and baby talk. This research will givedetailed informtion about parentese and baby talk. The design of this researchwas library research. The researchprocess itself involves identifying and locating relevant information,analyzing, and then developing and expressing the ideas.

This articleattempts to provide some benefits of using parentese in relation to languagelearning, they are children develop more vocabulary, understand abstractconcepts easier, understand conversation routines, and learn grammar naturally.  A.    INTRODUCTION Language is system that consists of thedevelopment , acquisition, maintenance and use of complex systems of communication, particularly the human ability to do so; and a language is any specific example of such a system.It was very important for us to learn about language.

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In communication,language  carried out through two basicactivities: speaking and listening. In speaking, people put ideas into wordsand talk about perceptions, feelings, and intentions they want other people tograsp. In listening, they turned words into ideas, try to reconstruct theperceptions, feelings, and intentions to grasp. The processes of how people uselanguage is studied in the field of psycholinguistics. There are three majortopics discussed in psycholinguistics: speech production, speech comprehension,and. language acquisition. The first how human can produce speech how toarticulate sounds and produce utterance.

The second concerned is how human canperceive and comprehend utterances addressed to them, as well as how thelanguage is processed in the brain. The last one  about how children acquire and communicateusing language, it  is very interestingto be discussed. It describes howchildren learned and acquired their first language, as well as the factorsaffecting the acquisition. Parentese and baby talk are unique in their natureand characteristics.  However, inthis research , the last topic language acquisition is the one that is beingthe main discussion.

This research focus on how children learn their firstlanguage, the nature and characteristics of parentese and baby talk, and theimportance of parentese in children’s first language acquisition. It describe how children learn andacquire their first language, as good as the factors affecting the acquisition.Parentese and baby talk, in many other factors, are unique in their nature andcharacteristics.

There are some benefits of  parentese in relation to language learning:children develop more vocabulary, understand abstract concepts easier, learngrammar naturally, and understand conversation routines. There are somebenefits of using parentese in relation to language learning: children developmore vocabulary, understand abstract concepts easier, learn grammar naturally,and understand conversation routines. B.

    METHODOLOGY The design of this research was library research. This research  use a philosophical approach (philosophical approach). Research methods include data sources, data completion, and data analysis. This method was help to complete the data easly. This research undertaken through collecting scientific data or papers intended with the object of research or data collection of a literary nature, or a study conducted to solve a problem that is basically based on critical and in-depth review of the relevant literature materials.

data collection techniques used in this study the collection of literary data that is by collecting the materials of a continuous library (coherent) with the object of discussion under study.  C.    DISCUSSION AND FINDING 1.      About First Language Acquisition  How Children Learn Language Children have their own way to produce language. It is influenced by theenvironment, parents, friends, etc. The development of speech production 1. Vocalization Babies makequite a variety of sounds while they can’t speak. For example, they cry,gurgle, suck, blow, and others.

These some sounds are made by infants over theworld. Even deaf children make them. The babbling that babies produce is a typeof vocalization. By 10 or 11 months children will often babble in pseudonon-word ‘sentences’ using declarative, question and exclamatory intonationpattern. The babies should first acquire the intonation patterns of theirlanguage, even before producing any words. When we hear a new language for thefirst time, we tend to hear the rhythm, pitch, and stress patterns although wedon’t know how to cut the flow of sentence and this condition is also appear inbaby’s world. 2. The one-wordutterance First words have been reported as appearing in normalchildren from as young as 4 months to as old as 18 months or even older.

Thedifferences of producing first word also influence with physical developmentssuch as the musculature of the mouth and throat, and brain development.Children would not be able to speak until well after 6 months of age. Theslower ones catch up and the early speakers no longer seem to have anadvantage. In this regard that there is no known relationship betweenintelligence and the onset of speech for normal children. The many uses of asingle word A single word can be used for many different purposes, like name,request, emphasize actions, and express complex situations. For example; ‘nana’for I want a banana (request something).

 3. Two and three words utterance Many children start toproduce two and three words utterances at 18 months or so. The child’s speech,in all likelihood, must reflect only a small part of what the children knowsand is thinking. The child uses combinations of content words with theexpectation that the listener will understand the relations between items, suchas in ‘banana table’ for ‘the banana is on the table’. Another importantgrammatical characteristics of the child’s is the lack of inflection forexample: sit for sitting, Jhon car for Jhon car etc. a child’s utterances isoften reffered to as the telegraphic stageAN ANALYSIS OF PARENTESAND BABY TALKIN FIRSTLANGUAGE ACQUISITION FadhillahMukhlisa(17178005) EnglishEducation Program , Universitas Negri Padangemail:[email protected]

com  abstract Theaim of this research is to describes one ways of human producing andcomprehending speech, it is parentes and baby talk. This research will givedetailed informtion about parentese and baby talk. The design of this researchwas library research. The researchprocess itself involves identifying and locating relevant information,analyzing, and then developing and expressing the ideas.

This articleattempts to provide some benefits of using parentese in relation to languagelearning, they are children develop more vocabulary, understand abstractconcepts easier, understand conversation routines, and learn grammar naturally.  A.    INTRODUCTION Language is system that consists of thedevelopment , acquisition, maintenance and use of complex systems of communication, particularly the human ability to do so; and a language is any specific example of such a system.It was very important for us to learn about language. In communication,language  carried out through two basicactivities: speaking and listening. In speaking, people put ideas into wordsand talk about perceptions, feelings, and intentions they want other people tograsp. In listening, they turned words into ideas, try to reconstruct theperceptions, feelings, and intentions to grasp.

The processes of how people uselanguage is studied in the field of psycholinguistics. There are three majortopics discussed in psycholinguistics: speech production, speech comprehension,and. language acquisition. The first how human can produce speech how toarticulate sounds and produce utterance. The second concerned is how human canperceive and comprehend utterances addressed to them, as well as how thelanguage is processed in the brain. The last one  about how children acquire and communicateusing language, it  is very interestingto be discussed.

It describes howchildren learned and acquired their first language, as well as the factorsaffecting the acquisition. Parentese and baby talk are unique in their natureand characteristics.  However, inthis research , the last topic language acquisition is the one that is beingthe main discussion. This research focus on how children learn their firstlanguage, the nature and characteristics of parentese and baby talk, and theimportance of parentese in children’s first language acquisition. It describe how children learn andacquire their first language, as good as the factors affecting the acquisition.Parentese and baby talk, in many other factors, are unique in their nature andcharacteristics. There are some benefits of  parentese in relation to language learning:children develop more vocabulary, understand abstract concepts easier, learngrammar naturally, and understand conversation routines.

There are somebenefits of using parentese in relation to language learning: children developmore vocabulary, understand abstract concepts easier, learn grammar naturally,and understand conversation routines. B.    METHODOLOGY The design of this research was library research.

This research  use a philosophical approach (philosophical approach). Research methods include data sources, data completion, and data analysis. This method was help to complete the data easly. This research undertaken through collecting scientific data or papers intended with the object of research or data collection of a literary nature, or a study conducted to solve a problem that is basically based on critical and in-depth review of the relevant literature materials. data collection techniques used in this study the collection of literary data that is by collecting the materials of a continuous library (coherent) with the object of discussion under study.  C.    DISCUSSION AND FINDING 1.

      About First Language Acquisition  How Children Learn Language Children have their own way to produce language. It is influenced by theenvironment, parents, friends, etc. The development of speech production 1. Vocalization Babies makequite a variety of sounds while they can’t speak. For example, they cry,gurgle, suck, blow, and others. These some sounds are made by infants over theworld. Even deaf children make them. The babbling that babies produce is a typeof vocalization.

By 10 or 11 months children will often babble in pseudonon-word ‘sentences’ using declarative, question and exclamatory intonationpattern. The babies should first acquire the intonation patterns of theirlanguage, even before producing any words. When we hear a new language for thefirst time, we tend to hear the rhythm, pitch, and stress patterns although wedon’t know how to cut the flow of sentence and this condition is also appear inbaby’s world.

 2. The one-wordutterance First words have been reported as appearing in normalchildren from as young as 4 months to as old as 18 months or even older. Thedifferences of producing first word also influence with physical developmentssuch as the musculature of the mouth and throat, and brain development.Children would not be able to speak until well after 6 months of age. Theslower ones catch up and the early speakers no longer seem to have anadvantage.

In this regard that there is no known relationship betweenintelligence and the onset of speech for normal children. The many uses of asingle word A single word can be used for many different purposes, like name,request, emphasize actions, and express complex situations. For example; ‘nana’for I want a banana (request something). 3.

Two and three words utterance Many children start toproduce two and three words utterances at 18 months or so. The child’s speech,in all likelihood, must reflect only a small part of what the children knowsand is thinking. The child uses combinations of content words with theexpectation that the listener will understand the relations between items, suchas in ‘banana table’ for ‘the banana is on the table’. Another importantgrammatical characteristics of the child’s is the lack of inflection forexample: sit for sitting, Jhon car for Jhon car etc.

a child’s utterances isoften reffered to as the telegraphic stage

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