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The best evidence that there is a critical period for language acquisition is the fact that
people most easily master the grammar of a second language during childhood.
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Which of the following statements about the “critical period” for language development is true? A) The critical period for language extends from birth until about age 3. B) The critical period for language extends from birth to age 5. C) Severe neglect and lack of exposure to language during the critical period causes permanent problems in language development. D) Language must be learned during the critical period, because after this period the human brain is no longer plastic, and neurons do not make new connections.
C) Severe neglect and lack of exposure to language during the critical period causes permanent problems in language development.
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