Language plays a crucial role in the baby's environment
Language plays a crucial role in the baby's environment because it is not only one of the expressions of the pleasure of exchange, but also one of the essential vectors of conceptual learning. [...] Babies not only enjoy listening to the voice and interacting with a familiar person, but they quickly understand that speech explains something about the world around them. Naming an object therefore draws the baby's attention to that object and allows him or her to better understand and memorize its properties. This use of the word to organize the world exists from the first year of life, long before the baby produces words.
As a baby cannot open a dictionary, it is the repetition of words in different contexts and in different sentence structures that allows the baby to guess the meaning. Talking with adults about common objects helps young children understand the pragmatic frameworks associated with that object or concept. Play is one of the important settings where these exchanges take place and where, without realizing it, the child develops his first mathematical, geometric, time, causality, etc. intuitions.
A virtuous circle is established, where the knowledge of a small number of words makes it possible to learn certain elements of syntax, which makes it possible to learn more words, etc. The variety and richness of vocabulary and sentence types, encouragement and positive feedback are associated with better language development.
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