Talk:Innateness hypothesis

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Hello, a group of students from Linguistic & Multilingual Studies in NTU are editing this page. Please give us your kind feedback.


Brief Review[edit]

My students revised this page for a course (HG2052: Language, Technology and the Internet) and I am adding a couple of comments as part of the final review. Francis Bond (talk) 08:55, 15 November 2014 (UTC)

  • overall the page is greatly improved, with well-cited additions
  • the prose is a bit choppy and repetitive
    • many small mis-wordings/spacings
    • it would be good to merge identical references
  • the page has captured the fact that there is still much disagreement about this
    • so it is neutral
  • it is also broad, stable and verifiable
  • I think it fails a little to be well-written and illustrated