In this sentence, what type of embedded clause is in bold: Mom wonders when he studies.
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In this sentence, what type of embedded clause is in bold: Mom wonders when he

studies.   

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wh-question


relative


gerund


object complement



This characteristic of communication removes communication barriers and is largely responsible for the unlimited exchange of information for both sexes of all ages.

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Pragmatics


Morphology


Interchangeability


Echolalia


Learnability




This Stage is characterized by the emergence of compound sentences.

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Stage 4


Stage 5


Stage 2


Stage 3


Stage 



We expect that a 2-year old child will have approximately ___ words in his expressive vocabulary.

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300-400


200-300


100-200


50-100


30-50



According to Sander's chart of normal consonant development, these are examples of later developing sounds:

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h, w


r, sh


n, k


f, y


p, m



What type of compounding is in bold: Tommy caught the ball and threw it to Dad.

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compound subject


compound sentence


compound object


compound predicate



You observe a child say, "Want cookie." His mother immediately responds with, "I want the cookie." The mother's response would be considered _____.



Positive reinforcement


Shaping


An operant


Parenting


An expansion

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