Language and Acquisition Key Words Part 1

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

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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