Use of Pronouns and Verbs

Up until now, your child might have had limited use of pronouns, leading to sentences such as: “Me not want nap.” At age 2, many toddlers discover the glory of the pronoun “I” for the first time.

With this leap forward come others—more advanced use of verbs and verb tenses and even of articles like the, an and a.

All of this means that your child will be putting together more grammatically correct sentences and expressing his thoughts in a more complex way.

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