Language skills in children advance in phases. Your baby is like a sponge from birth until roughly six months old, soaking up all the sounds around him.
The quality, tone, or volume of a person’s voice is what is first most noticed. Yet by the fourth month, your kid should have mastered some noises and be able to imitate them on his own.
Although while the gurgles, coos, and babbles you hear throughout the course of the next five to six months won’t seem familiar,
your baby still comprehends what you’re saying. Well before they can utter words on their own, many babies start to identify words with the things they stand for.
The development of a child’s language might accelerate after the age of one. Your child suddenly comprehends more than a few words here and there over the course of the following few months.
On the moment, complete sentences and concepts are picked up. As soon as you announce, ‘We’re going to the park,’
your infant starts heading towards the front door. He enters the kitchen once you remark, ‘It’s time for dinner.’
In the wagewort your child’s vocabulary should be between 40 and 50 words as their second birthday approaches.
While for many singles this appears to be the norm, this is not necessarily the case for twins.