Repetition helps to build up our memories and our ability to recognize and recall something, like the word hot. We will often tell the young hot when they go near something like a stove which may or may not be hot at the time, or food we are giving them. The first time that they realize something is hot by being discomforted by it or burning themselves, even slightly they will realize that this is not a good thing and tend to be more careful around anything they are told is hot. There is also the language that the young seem to have learned from somewhere, but we cannot always figure out where they learned it. I think that Noam Chomsky has an excellent idea of where some of our language comes from.
Chomsky has a nativist theory that we humans possess an inbo...
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...r that it made it hard to learn and communicate so we learned some sign language while getting our ears worked on. All illnesses that can be prevented from happening again should be to the best abilities possible. Sometimes this can be as simple as eliminating smoking around a child as they are hypersensitive to it and it causes ear infections.
The ways that we can help is one teach them sign language or find someone that can and learn yourself to help them more. Two is be visual, if something seems off getting it checked out, which links to the third way, show you care and are there for them. to make sure that they know they are not alone in the way they are millions of people are the same way. Just being there for someone who is hearing impaired is an amazing start as there are many people who do leave not caring what happens as they “cannot handle the situation”.
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