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Can you name the A2 English Language-Child Language Acquisition Terms?

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What is it called when a child omits the last consonant of a word
What is it called when a child switches one sound for another one
What is it called when a child adds an extra sound on to the end of a word (e.g.- doggie)
What is it called when a child changes one consonant (gog for dog)
What is it called when a child repeats a whole syllable (mama)
What is it called when a child reduces the number of consonants in a word for ease (Pider for spider)
What stage of language acquisition occurs from 0-12 months
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What stage of language acquisition occurs around 18 months?
What stage of language acquisition occurs up to 36 months?
What stage of language acquisition takes place after 36 months?
What state is when a 0-4 month old child only makes sounds of discomfort
what is it called when a 4-7 month old child makes basic comfort noises and vocal play through open mouth sounds?
What is it called when a 6-12 month old child makes repetitive patterns of consonant and vowel sounds?
Used by 9-12 month olds- what are sounds that vocally resemble words but are used for various different meanings?

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