LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT AT EARLY CHILDHOOD: AN OVERVIEW IN THE CONTEXT OF PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
Language acquisition is the process during which humans acquire the capacity to see, create and utilize words to get it and communicate. It includes the picking up of differing capacities involving language structure, phonetics, and a broad lexicon. Language development is thought to proceed by ordinary processes of learning in which children acquire the forms, meanings, and uses of words and utterances from the linguistic input. Language ability is an indispensable place among human intellectual abilities and language is considered to be the most important component of the human mind language development starts from the first cry until a child is able to speak a word. It includes the picking up of differing capacities involving language structure, phonetics, and a broad lexicon. Talking is like an action and it is shaped by motives of many kinds. As an interdisciplinary field, psycholinguistics in the world revealed at the intersection of psychology and linguistics in the 1950s. It is seen that studies on language development have increased in recent years. This study is describe how language developed at the early childhood.
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