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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
In the developmental sequence, receptive language generally precedes expressive language.

   
 
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Question 2.
Listening is an expressive language skill, whereas speaking is a receptive language skill.

   
 
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Question 3.
Another term for receptive phonology is auditory discrimination.

   
 
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Question 4.
Articulation is the production of morphemes, the smallest meaningful units of language.

   
 
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Question 5.
Pragmatics refers to the use of language in communicative contexts.

   
 
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Question 6.
Most measures of oral language assess language form, content, and use.

   
 
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Question 7.
Non-standard forms of English such as Black English and Spanish-influenced English are considered language deficits, not language differences.

   
 
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Question 8.
If the student's primary disability is oral language, they have a communication disorder.

   
 
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Question 9.
Semantics refers to the grammatical rules for combining morphemes into words.

   
 
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Question 10.
Most measures of oral language are designed for preschool children.

   
 
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