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1. No
2. Yes
3. Not given

no
yes
no

No
Yes
Not Given

1. No - universal
2.Yes -exaggerated , drawn-out
3.No , unconsciously

Not given
Yes
No

No
Yes
Not given

Not Given
NO
NO

No. apparently is universal and plays a vital role in helping infants to analyse and absorb the phonetic elements of their parents’ language.

YES. The study shows that parentese is characterised by over-articulation that exaggerates the sounds contained in words

Not Given. We also do this unconsciously with babies, giving them an improved verbal signal they can capitalise on by slowing down and over articulating.”

1.No
‘Parentese’ is not common to all cultures =apparently is universal and plays a vital role in helping infants to analyse

2.Yes
Parents tend to lengthen and over-emphasise certain sounds when speaking to infants = parentese is characterised by over-articulation that exaggerates the sounds contained in words.

3.Not given
Adults are aware that they need to use parentese when speaking to babies = there is no information about adults awarenesses related to using it.

1 No, 2 Yes, 3 No

I think all of these statements are NOT GIVEN.
1. the text does not mention anything about all cultures
2. and 3. these statements can only be found in other's claims, not by the author himself.

1. Not given
2. Yes
3. No

Dear All,

1- Not Given: there is no mention to any culture.
2- Yes: exaggerates the sounds certained in words.
3- No: unconsciously with babies.

1.Not given
2.Yes
3.No

no; yes; not given

no:"universal";
yes;
no:"unconsciously".

1.Not given
2.Yes
3.No

1.no apparently is universal
2.yes Mothers in the study were, in effect, sounding out “super-vowels” to help their infants learn the phonetic elements of language.
3.no unconsciously

Not given
Yes
No

1. No
Parentese [...] apparently is universal
2. Yes
parentese is characterised by over-articulation that exaggerates the sounds contained in words
3. No
We also do this unconsciously with babies

1. No
2. Yes
3. No

1. no
2. yes
3. NG

1) not given
2) no
3) no

1: NOT GIVEN
2: YES
3: NO

NO
NOT GIVEN
NO

1.no
2.yes
3.no

NOT GIVEN
YES
NO

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. No
2. Yes
3. No

1. no
2. Yes
3. Nort given

1. No
2. Yes
3. No

1.No
2.Yes
3.No

I think the reason why some people think the answer to the first question is "Not Given" is that they just complicate their own thinking on it.

@ he li

I think you are right.... overthinking I guess.

No
Yes
No

Not Given
Yes
No
need help : I have trouble in distinguish between Not given and Yes or No.

No
Yes
Not given

Not given
Yes
No

1. Not given
2. Yes
- parentese is characterised by "over-articulation" that exaggerates the sounds contained in words
3. No
- We also do this "unconsciously" with babies, giving them an improved verbal signal they can capitalise on by slowing down and over articulating

1. not given
2. yes
3. no

No
Yes
Not given

no
yes
no

No
Yes
Not Given

NO
YES
NOT GIVEN

1. No
2. Yes
3. Not given

1.no
2.yes
3.not given

No, yes, ng

List of hobbies that remained consistant
- Popular sports: football, tennis, swimming, etc.
- Music
- Travelling

Interests influenced by trend and influencing factor:
- Selfie - social network
- Surfing the internet - developments of internet
- Learning Spanish - Despacito song

not given
yes
no

no
yes
no

1.No
- Universal meaning is that something that is universal relates to everyone in the world or everyone in a particular group or society.

2.Yes
- over-emphasize = over articulation, drawn-out

3.No
- Adults are aware that <-> unconsciously

1) No
Parentese, ..... people use to communicate with babies, apparently is UNIVERSAL and plays
2) Yes
Mothers …………., in effect, SOUNDING OUT “super-vowels” to help their ......

3)No
We also do this UNCONSCIOUSLY with babies, ……………………

Yes
Not Given
No

No
Not Given
No

no
yes
no

no
yes
no

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