- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Linguistics 101
- Chapter Thirteen
Last Modified: 2011-07-05
Related Textbooks:An Introduction to Language
2. Parietal, in the top back.
3. Temporal, in the bottom.
4. Occipital, in the bottom back.
Clarifying this impairment, one finds themselves non-fluent, using fragments and small words. One usually understands their inability, and is thus frustrated.
e.g. "book book table" => "There are two books on the table."
Clarifying this impairment, one finds themselves fluent but unintelligible and most likely unaware of their disorder.
e.g. "I like on riding swizzledicks for the tray only but only!"
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