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Researchers at the University of Liverpools Child Language Study Centre found that two-year-olds are able to understand grammatical construction and use it to make sense of what they hear even though they rarely combine more than two words together while speaking.- Amazing ?

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Two-year-olds can comprehend complex grammar: Scientists
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Washington, Aug 24 (PTI) Toddlers, as young as two years, can comprehend complex grammar even though they are unable to speak in full sentences, a new study has found.

Researchers at the University of Liverpool''s Child Language Study Centre found that two-year-olds are able to understand grammatical construction and use it to make sense of what they hear even though they rarely combine more than two words together while speaking.

"Studies have suggested that children between the ages of two and three start to build their understanding of grammar gradually from watching and listening to people," study author Caroline Rowland said. ...more
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