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These the natural sounds that babies make, e.g. crying, coughing, burping, and swallowing.
Baby makes these vocalizations when they are comfortable and content. These typically consist of vowel and consonant sounds.
Now, the baby starts to make longer and more continuous streams of either vowel or consonant sounds.
This is an important stage in the baby’s language development which tends to linger in the parents’ memory for long. At this stage, the child practices individual sounds and sound sequences, and gradually gains the motor skills needed to produce adult words.
Now, the child starts expressing adult words to communicate their feelings, needs, wants etc. The child starts to name and label the objects and people around them.
The child starts producing two-word combinations like where katie, shoe on, daddy car etc.
The child learns to elaborate their two-word utterances by adding incorporating at least one more word, e.g. he hit ball, me kiss mummy.
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