Summary of School-Age Child's Development of Language Form
Language development in the school-age period consists of simultaneous expansion of existing syntactic forms and acquisition of new forms. A child continues with internal sentence expansion by elaborating the noun and verb phrases. Conjoining and embedding functions also expand. Additional structures include the passive form.
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