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4 of the 6 children expressed negative comments of disappearance with the word “gone” in contexts where objects or someone had disappeared immediately beforehand.

1 month before the use of disappearance negation, “gone” for these children was used when objects fell out of their possession but stayed in sight and were then picked up by the child afterwards.

1 child still had not used “gone” for disappearance negation before the study was over, but said “ga” when blocks fell over or something fell out of his hand.

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