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Fletcher and M. Garman), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 109-39. Yule, W. and Rutter, M. (1987) Language Development and Disorders, MacKeith Press, Oxford. Zanober, B. and Martlew, M. (1985) The development of communicative gestures, in Children's Single Word Speech, (ed. M. Barrett), Wiley, London, pp. 183-215. 19 2 What is language impairment? James Law In the preceding chapter we examined the prelinguistic processes thought to be common to all children, noting both the consistency which children seem to show in the acquisition of communication skills and the range of potential variation in the style of that acquisition.

A much less pronounced disability than dyspraxia. Comprehension is not affected. Phonological syntactic deficit syndrome, characterized by low intelligibility and a correspondingly reduced syntactic output. Comprehension may also be affected. Lexical syntactic deficit syndrome, characterized by normal phonological development, but poor word retrieval and poor use of connected speech. These children have particular difficulties reconstructing story sequencies. Semantic pragmatic syndrome, characterized by slow acquisition of language and when it does come, it presents in a highly bizarre fashion.

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