Language and Acquisition Key Words Part 1

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

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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