Talking Age of Babies

Talking Age of Babies

The talking age of babies varies amongst them all – babies often make repetitive sounds from six months of age.

By 8 to 9 months the child will recognise its own name, and at about the same age they will say “mama” and know what it means.

By twelve months the child will be able to name a few objects and people, although they may not necessarily use the correct name.

By 18 months of age a child will have a vocabulary of about 20 words, but some children with normal intelligence do not speak coherently until much older.

By the time they are two years old, most children can make a short sentence of three or four words.

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