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To sum up, in Leonie's and Simone's data noun plural affixes emerge early, inflectional errors are rare, and plural affixes are most often supplied when required.
3, determiners are often omitted in early stages of child L1 acquisition, but at the same time noun plural affixes are acquired early, omitted rarely, and double-marking rates, even at early stages of acquisition, are high for plurals.
We take the initially high proportion of lexical expression of plurality, the nontrivial omission rate of noun plural morphology, and the low incidence of nominal number concord as indications of more general problems L2 adults have acquiring inflectional morphology.
3) First morphological condition for the English noun plural
The result of this analysis is that the morphological category of the noun plural in English is subject to two specific morphological conditions.
A point of criticism of the given analysis of the noun plural might be that the two conditions stated plus the information about the base can actually be conflated into one condition only, namely,
Learning about noun plurals in early Palestinian Arabic.