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receptive language


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  • n. The ability to comprehend information and understand spoken language (or sign language). It may include understanding of the vocabulary and concepts presented, short-term memory and sequencing information.


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  • However, there is now evidence to prove that, as we saw in Lenore’s case, wide differences between an individual’s expressive and receptive language are very common.

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