111.Which best describes a linguistic babble? a.Contains neither a vowel nor

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111.Which best describes a linguistic babble?

a.Contains neither a vowel nor a consonant sound

b.Contains only a vowel sound

c.Contains only a consonant sound

d.Contains both a vowel and a consonant sound




112.When six-month-old Gabby says “tatatata,” she is


b.using telegraphic speech.d.engaging in private speech.




113.Linguistic intonation is best described as a variation in sound






114.Infant Timmy has been babbling for several months. What is his next likely linguistic milestone?

a.Cooingc.First word

b.Telegraphic speechd.Intonation




115.Thirteen-month-old Hermes has begun to raise the pitch of his voice at the end of a babble. If Hermes is being raised by English-speaking parents, his behavior may reflect the precursor of his ability to

a.ask a question.c.make a declarative statement.

b.produce infant-directed speech.d.coo.




116.Which is most likely to be the first word that a one-year-old will utter?






117.As a typical two-year-old, Webster would have a vocabulary of

a.about 10 words.c.about 1,000 words.

b.a few hundred words.d.several thousand words.




118.The processes in which children acquire new words at such a speed that they cannot be considering all meanings for the new word is called

a.telegraphic speech.c.habituation

b.quick time.d.fast-mapping.




119.Two-year-old Ariel’s parents recently bought her an aquarium and have begun to point at the moving animals and call them “fish.” Despite having only heard the word “fish” a few times, Ariel appears to realize that the term refers to those little moving things in the tank. Ariel’s behavior is best explained by

a.infant-directed speech.c.fast-mapping.

b.the one-to-one principle.d.the cardinality principle.




120.Macintosh is trying to get his grandson to learn the word “apple.” His attempt involves looking at an apple on a tree, making sure that his grandson is also looking, and then saying “apple.” Macintosh’s effort to teach his grandson is clearly based on


b.the innate orienting response.d.joint attention.





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