I'm not proficient enough in French yet to give the exact equivalents. I was just wondering if there's a corresponding French morpheme sequence that I could use to learn the language. In other words; in which sequence do French children learn the language?
The following is a messy copy-and-paste job from
to give you an idea of the English-learning sequence.
Example Present progressive (-ing) Baby crying.
Plural regular (-s)
Uncontractible copula (used as main verb)
Articles (a, the) Past regular (-ed) Third person regular (-s)
Third person irregular
Contractible copula Contractible auxiliary