B syntactic error C symbolic error D overregulation error Question 15 of 20 50

B syntactic error c symbolic error d overregulation

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B. syntactic error.C. symbolic error.D. overregulation error.Question 15 of 205.0 PointsPragmatics involve:A. toddlers’ learning to ask questions.B. toddlers’ use of social speech conventions.C. toddlers’ use of logic and language.D. toddlers’ tendency to be polite.Question 16 of 205.0 PointsWhich of the following is a useful pivot word?A. CarB. KittyC. WhereD. CookieQuestion 17 of 205.0 PointsThe toddler who uses the word “no” in speech:A. is displaying a negative attitude.B. wants to be cooperative.
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C. is maybe testing to see if there is a choice.D. needs firm handling.Question 18 of 205.0 PointsWhen using a block as a baby bottle, the toddler is engaging in:A. cooperative play.B. symbolic play.C. sensory play.D. elaborative play.Question 19 of 205.0 PointsParents who believe reading is a source of enjoyment usually have children who:A. have positive attitudes about reading.B. avoid books when play is available.C. collect books and handle them gently.D. use books for informational purposes.Question 20 of 205.0 PointsOne can expect toddlers to use crayons:A. without attempting to chew them.B. with a scrubbing motion.C. and make enclosed shapes.D. and make recognizable forms.
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