Language Stages

Language Stage Advanced

Using sentences and phrases with more grammar endings until complex sentences are produced with correct grammar and word order: Your child learns to make nouns possessive by adding ‘s as in mom’s car. Both third person present tense verbs, which use -s as in he eats, and the use of -ed to make regular past tense verbs, such as talked, begin. With continued practice, your child seems to understand most grammar rules. Language continues to grow by adding vocabulary.

Words in Vocabulary Length or Phrase or Sentence Examples of Words
2000 to 5000 or more words Creating sentences that are 4 words or longer and more complex. Dad will help me. Look at it go. Those are my cars. Where’s a pencil I can use? He’s mad because I won. Can I have a drink?

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