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Young Adult (18-35)
North American, US General American (GenAm)
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as a baby, Sophia notices her mother's mouth moving, and here's the sounds produced. She noticed that when she hears bottle, it means there's a chance for her to get milk. She associates the name Mama with her mother and dad A with her father. After years of learning names and concepts, she contrast these structured sounds with her own crying and other sounds people make. She forms the concept talk to represent someone making these important sounds to convey meaning. Early in life, Sophia notices her mother mentioned Bottle, among many other sounds, and she sees her father respond by going to get one to feed her. She starts to realize she's not the only one who understands that these sounds mean something. And she recognized other people responding. She observes the way she responds when she hears sounds that matter to her. She uses examples like these to form the concept. Listen