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Synonyms for language

Synonyms for language

a system of terms used by a people sharing a history and culture

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number

the cognitive processes involved in producing and understanding linguistic communication

the mental faculty or power of vocal communication

a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline

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2008), who reported that training in expressive language (simple discriminations) as opposed to receptive language (conditional discriminations) favours the emergence of bidirectional intraverbal relations in children.
Differences in shared reading quality did not account for a significant amount of variance in child cognitive development or expressive language development after Step 1, and the addition of shared reading frequency did not reliably improve [R.
Separate random effects meta-analyses were planned to describe comprehensive, receptive, and expressive language ability for two outcomes: prevalence and means.
Expressive language cortex in the dominant inferior, posterior frontal lobe and receptive cortex in the dominant superior posterior temporal lobe, together with the white matter pathway connecting these two regions, the arcuate fasciculus, is commonly cited as the neural substrate of language.
The HOPE curriculum generated expressive language and social connection, and the low-income children invested quickly in the guidance lessons.
Alex presented with a severe delay in receptive and expressive language as assessed by a clinically-certified speech-language pathologist (SLP) based in part on the results of standardized testing.
Indeed, young people may arrive at your summer program with unrefined expressive language skills caused by years of texting.
Six articles included content related to age and symptoms related to expressive language ability at the time of first presentation to orthodox clinical practice and therefore met the inclusion criteria.
In other words, for students with ED, are academic and behavioral deficits related to language deficits, such as poor receptive or expressive language skills?
This is a one-on-one approach that teaches the children various skills in receptive language, expressive language, and imitation, play skills, independent work and academics.
This helps them to acquire expressive language instantaneously.
He suddenly has my undivided attention as fears of my worst nightmare race around my frontal lobe - you know the bit that controls emotional response and expressive language.
Talking Tots classes are CLASSES The classes help to: promote group bonding develop good eye contact encourage sharing & turn taking develop listening & attention skills introduce group co-operation encourage the copying of actions develop expressive language development boost social confidence within the peer group build vocabulary & word categories (semantics).
Earlier bedtime predicted significantly higher scores at age 4 years on receptive language, literacy, phonologic awareness, and early math, but not expressive language.
Scores for receptive and expressive language, phonological awareness, literacy and early maths abilities were higher in children whose parents reported having rules about what time their child goes to bed.