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Toddlers capable of forming basic sentences earlier than originally thought

Toddlers start to use “little words” to form short sentences far sooner than previously thought.

A child language Development Professor at Newcastle University has found that two and three-year-old children use a small sound, soft breath or a pause at the exact place that a grammatical word would normally be uttered.

She says we should give toddlers more credit for their language and speaking abilities.