Language and Acquisition Key Words Part 1

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

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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