Pragmatic Development

In recent years, there has been increased interest in investigating how children acquire the ability to use language to fulfill a range of functions and in a variety of communicative contexts. This emphasis reflects the notion that to become a competent speaker requires not only knowledge of the structural forms and meanings of a language but also the ability to communicate using those forms in a competent, flexible, and appropriate manner. Some researchers have argued that language forms develop to serve new communicative functions, not vice versa. This aspect of language development is closely tied to the child's developing theory of mind and related social knowledge.

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