what is the difference between referential and expressive language?

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Sumerian cuneiform and Egyptian hieroglyphs go back to before 3000 BC. Of languages still in use, Greek goes back to around 1450 BC, and Old Chinese around 1200 BC.

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I'm still working on your problem. Keyword -- AOL Expressions -- Icons Tab -- Be sure and click on -- What's hot first -- Seasons -- Winter. If you click on seasons and skip what's hot it's a dead end. All messed up.

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Every child is different and practice is the key to teaching signing. Some babies start signing around 12 months of age...but every child is different and has their own developmental milestones. Just keep practicing and you will see results

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I guess it got LOST....I found perfect answer. Judt need to see examle of expressions, not like the yellow happy face .....something more of what I'm like!! May I seemore examples??thanx

Answered: How early can you begin attempting to teach your child how to speak a

The answer is simple: at ANY age - the younger the better! I live in a bilingual environment, my three children learnt two quite different languages at an early age and have found it much easier to pick up other languages later than children mastering only their mother tongue. As young adults, they ...
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Expression

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How did op-op language come about?

Do you mean "hip-hop?" Hip-Hop came from the urban neighborhoods

Translation

"Lo se" in Spanish translates to "I know it." "No se" translates to "I don't know."

Changing languages

My mail has be changed to Spanish. I can't read it and need to switch it back to English. thanks