Check the progress of your child's language development

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* 1. My child understands that there are different types of questions. For example, questions like ‘tell me all about your day’. Also, questions that don’t need an answer for example ‘am I talking to myself today?’

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* 2. My child understands what certain sayings mean, for example ‘you can’t have your cake and eat it’

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* 3. My child can follow long requests that have new information in them. For example, ‘Please find the stripey bag in the top of my wardrobe and put it in the big cupboard in the kitchen.’

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

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* 5. My child can use complicated words to join their sentences together, for example ‘meanwhile’ or ‘therefore’

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* 6. My child talks in long and complicated sentences, for example ‘I will come with you only because it means you will stop going on at me

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* 7. My child uses sentences that normally have between 8 and 10 words, but often their sentences can be much longer

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* 8. My child uses different language depending on who they are with, for example they use a more formal style with their teacher and a relaxed style at home

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* 9. My child knows when other people haven’t understood them and then tries to help, for example by giving them more information or saying it in a different way

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