Valluvar says of the child’s language, “He who does not listen to the words of his people.” The language of the child is different from the language spoken by the children and the language spoken for the children.
Children’s language is the way in which children absorb and reflect on the element that parents speak in their own language. Children’s cognition is related to the phonetic notes of the language spoken by those around them and to the phonetic notes of the properties of the objects.
From the age of two to five, children perceive the sounds of words according to their comprehension and manipulate language with phonetic notes in response to them. Despite the differences in the languages used by man, there are still variations on the family language, the community language, and the written language.
The child can understand the nature of such language changes according to his experience in the difficulties that appear in its use of language.
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