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A child writes the word "make" as "mak." What does this indicate about her writing?

▸ She is in a regressive/pragmatic stage of writing, in which conventions are suddenly abandoned in favor of expressive content.

▸ She is in the transitional stage of writing, in which words are spelled out phonetically exactly as they sound.

▸ She is in a true writing stage, in which all writing conventions have been mastered, except for minor language-specific refinements.

▸ She is in a transition stage of writing, in which conventions have been mastered, except for rules involving silent letters.
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She is in the transitional stage of writing, in which words are spelled out phonetically exactly as they sound.
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