Posted by : Ahn Ryuzaki Sunday, 4 March 2012


Speaking syntactically is exhibiting structured speech behavior, involves the combination of motor behavior (e.g. orofacial) and object manipulation skills combined with speech production skills. 

 Speaking a language is just playing in the tense that it involves combining different skills and transferring a set of structured behaviours from one context to another. It seems thus that the skills involved in play also have a role in syntactical development.





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