Children extend their understanding and usage of language to communicate with others effectively.
Listening and Speaking
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Use language to communicate with others in both familiar and unfamiliar social situations for a variety of basic and advanced purposes, including reasoning, predicting, problem solving, and seeking new information.
Speak clearly enough to be understood by both familiar and unfamiliar adults and children.
Use accepted language and style during communication with both familiar and unfamiliar adults and children.
Use language to construct extended narratives that are real or fictional.