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SPE 300 Study Guide SPEECH AND LANGUAGE: 3 Types of Speech Disorders Articulation - can cause a persons speech to be unintelligible.     - Substitutions - Replacement of 1 sound for another.          - Omissions - Leaving a sound completely out of a word.     - Distortions - Replacement of an acceptable sound that doesn’t  exist.     - Addition - Adding a sound that normally doesn’t exist in the  word. - The smallest segment of speech sound is called phonemes - Speech - the physical process of making the sounds and sound  combinations. - Language - a system of rules governing sounds, words, meaning  and use.  - Body language - making conversations with your body. - Left side of the brain is the global areas of the brain.
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2 Types of Language Disorders - Receptive Language Disorder     - The inability to comprehend age  appropriated words, phrases and/or sentences at or below their  age level.  - Expressive Language Disorder - The inability to send 
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