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D N D J N O T R L Q D E U I N E B Q H C M
H E H P E A W I P J H V H J G C N U C K Q
F H K I R C D O A L O N O M D C A O P J P
B M V Q J R R W I I W U S H A K P E Y J D
V T M Q Y F U F C K R N O D W K N P O O U
E B U W A O D E X W G L D O R O Y A V W L
D R U X K I D J R D O I L G I F H L S N O
O S H E D V Y T H P T O G T E B K L O L F
A N X T V J Y T H I H P U G T A C Y S M B
F B X Y I I I R O D N T Q G B V I W O R I
H K I U H F A N N V I D P H V C R I U O Y
T E X M W S P A P T E O S V M I T K A R L
J W E F T D O W S L V O Y D M W A D B B L
H Y H I X T W B E L G J O K V V P P E C P
S G C J T H U T I J X I Y T I J Z P J G L
D V V I C S I R U I P E F W G H T M A U J
T D T W E O I A P G T E K C V T I P M C S
Q E D R N Y O X I S A Q X V L X F R N T V
P T G E Y O R S E I J G G B C D E A B W G
K Q J Q C P X C B M G E O B R V L M Y V N
C M Q J E O U C N V M R R W M K O H V W B

Clues

  • instead of dropping a consonant, a child may replace it with one that is easier to say (12)
  • One word combinations between 12-18 months. acts in a variety of ways, e.g question, noun, and verb (12)
  • sometimes a child drops a consonant altogether particularly at the end of the word (8)
  • The heart rate of an unborn baby slows when hearing mother's voice (11)
  • theorists who videoed infants and noted most of the babbling comes from the right side of the child's mouth. controlled by left side of the brain suggests babbling is a form of preliminary speech (7, 3, 7)
  • when a child adds a vowel to make the final position easier to say; easier than a consonant (8)
  • when the sound vibrates the vocal chords (6)

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