Language problems can occur within many aspects of language development. Some language difficulties include the following: poor listening, difficulty understanding the spoken language, limited expressive language skills, limited use of syntactic skills (use of sentence structure), inappropriate use of language, limited conversational skills, and limited skills in narrating experiences, reading and writing problems.
Pragmatic skills also fall under a feature of language development. Pragmatic skills, also known as social skills, include the development of: requesting information/action, conveying information, expressing attitude/emotion, regulating social interaction, turn-taking, topic maintenance, and narrative skills.
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