Check the progress of your child's language development

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* 1. My child knows when they haven’t understood and will ask for more information

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* 2. My child can understand complicated words, for example words that compare things, ‘it was earlier than yesterday’

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* 3. My child can understand sentences where the word order is reversed, for example ‘the boy was chased by the girl’ rather than ‘The girl chased the boy’.

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* 4. My child can understand when someone says one thing but means something else. For example, ‘there’s a lot of noise in here’ means ‘be quiet!’

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* 5. Someone says one thing but means something else.  For example they know that ‘there’s a lot of noise in here’ means ‘be quiet!’

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* 6. My child can use long and complicated sentences for example “I liked our trip, even though it was tiring, because the museum was so interesting

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* 7. My child uses complicated word endings, for example words like ‘ran’ or ‘wrote’ and ‘feet’

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* 8. My child uses complicated word endings and grammar, for example past tense ‘ran’ or ‘wrote’ and plurals ‘feet’ or ‘women’

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* 9. My child can make up a complicated story that has lots of information about the characters and what happened

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* 10. My child has a good sense of humour and really likes jokes and riddles

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* 11. My child has a good sense of humour and really likes puns and riddles

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* 12. My child knows that other people can have a different point of view and can show whether they agree or disagree

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* 13. My child knows about the rules of conversations, for example they look at the listener to check they understand and are interested

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