D. displays superior intelligence.Question 9 of 205.0 PointsBy the last half of an infant’s first year, he reaches the milestone of:A. gaze coupling.B. tracing objects with his eyes.C. sharing attention given to objects with another person.D. turning toward voices or a sound.Question 10 of 205.0 PointsSome research studies indicate that infants:A. may remember and give greater attention to rhymes or stories read to them before their birth.
B. may not remember or react to literature read to them before their birth.C. as adults select English majors in college because they were read to before their birth.D. may be more intelligent if they were read to before their birth.Question 11 of 205.0 PointsPhonology is connected to:A. intellectual learning.B. using words as symbols.C. the sounds of speech.D. the meanings of words.Question 12 of 205.0 PointsThe smallest unit of speech that distinguishes one utterance from another is called a:A. morpheme.B. symbol.C. syntax unit.D. phoneme.Question 13 of 205.0 PointsSyntax involves:A. the sounds of symbols.B. rules and word order.C. prefixes and suffixes.D. phonemes and morphemes.Question 14 of 205.0 Points
When a child says, “It falled down,” it is a:A. pronunciation error.
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