Language and Acquisition Key Words Part 1

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

Clues

  • A more specific word within a category (7)
  • A synonym of over-generalisation (8, 5)
  • Consonant sounds that are the same as stops (8)
  • Nouns that can be physically touched (8)
  • Two vowels pronounced consecutively in one syllable. The mouth moves smoothly from one position to another (10)
  • Understanding a word's range of meaning (over/under-extension) (9)
  • Vowels that are elongated within words (4, 6)
  • When children combine two words, but make up their own word (11)
  • When sounds are left out. Happens in rapid speech with words that have clusters of consonants/syllables (7)

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