Language and Acquisition Key Words Part 1

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

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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