Expressive-language sentence example

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  • Deaf children born to signing parents begin to "babble" in sign at the same point in infancy that hearing infants babble speech, and proceed from there to learn a fully expressive language.
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  • A significant number of children with mutism also have expressive language disorders, and a fairly large number come from a bilingual environment, which may add to a child's vulnerability to mutism.
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  • In addition to language delay, apraxia often causes other expressive language disorders.
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  • It relies on parents' reports and a very short test focusing on visual, receptive, and expressive language.
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  • Prenatal care and good nutrition during pregnancy and early childhood may help prevent some expressive language delays.
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  • Receptive language development (the ability to comprehend language) usually develops faster than expressive language (the ability to communicate).
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  • In expressive language development, children first speak in long unintelligible babbles that mimic the cadence and rhythm of adult speech.
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