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Motherese, a name given to the restricted sort of language spoken by mothers to their children, could have an important role in affecting the rate of language acquisition. The way children acquire language in a miraculously short time is a topic of enormous current interest, stimulated by new technology which is currently enhancing our knowledge. Various studies have shown that those children who have been exposed to motherese are more likely to acquire the language at an accelerated pace.doi:10.11648/j.ijll.20130104.15 fatcat:uaqrooivtnddthbppe66zdodoy