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05/04/2009 18:34:00 ½ “blow bubbles”—telegraphic speech in first conversation—only uses content  words “from texas” “Batman” doesn’t only refer to batman, refers to wanting to go in the air--- Early  words: express multiple meanings I’m a tiger—I’m batman.. incoherent--- collective monologues--  content of child’s  turn in conersation has little or nothing to do with what other children has just said Where’s me? Here he is—refers to self in 3 rd  person when not supposed to be  this We find ice on the floor- wrong tense 3 years old Overextenion—“I didn’t know grandmas smoked cigarettes”- 3 years old “I’m”— past present, squirted… yeah they are clean now “no I don’t want you to go at work” trying to use function words but failing
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