Examples of Two-Word Utterances
Word combinations will emerge slowly at first but will increase in speed with each new addition. The table below lists examples of two-word utterances of toddler talk.
|X + Locative||Look here|
|Recurrent + X||More butter|
|Attributive + Entity||Paper cup|
|Action + Object||Find mitten|
|Attributive + Entity||Softy worm|
|Possessor + Possession||My bottle|
|Attributive + Entity||Poor baby|
|Action + Object||Cook carrot|
|Demonstrative + Entity||That cupcake|
|Attributive + Entity||Yukky taste|
|X + Dative||Knife wolf (Stab wolf)|
|X + Dative||Feed dolls|
|Agent + Action||Car crash|
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