Год издания: 2008
Издатель: Nova Science Publishers
Количество страниц: 202
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Language development is a process that starts early in human life, when a person begins to acquire language by learning it as it is spoken and by mimicry. Children's language development moves from simplicity to complexity. Infants start without language. Yet by four months of age, babies can read lips and discriminate speech sounds. Usually, language starts off as recall of simple words without associated meaning, but as children age, words acquire meaning, and connections between words are formed. In time, sentences start to form as words are joined together to create logical meaning.As a person gets older, new meanings and new associations are created and vocabulary increases as more words are learned. Infants use their bodies, vocal cries and other preverbal vocalisations to communicate their wants, needs and dispositions. Even though most children begin to vocalise and eventually verbalise at various ages and at different rates, they learn their first language without conscious...