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A child often talks at the same time as her peers, who often protest: "You always interrupt me. Stop talking while I talk!" What is the most likely reason for the child's behavior?

▸ The child has not acquired socialized speech.

▸ The child is showing a cultural variation in pragmatics.

▸ The child is showing a cultural variation in social competence.

▸ The child has learned poor communicative behavior in the home.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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