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When do kids start to use pronouns?
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Dr. Laura Webb
Pediatrics
4 doctors agree
In brief: 2 years
Like dr. Park said, around 2 years kids start using pronouns.
When they are younger and your are talking to them and promoting language development remember to say things like "mommy is making breakfast" instead of "i am making breakfast." this is easier for them to understand. Talk lots to your children- they love it and learn many social cues this way.

In brief: 2 years
Like dr. Park said, around 2 years kids start using pronouns.
When they are younger and your are talking to them and promoting language development remember to say things like "mommy is making breakfast" instead of "i am making breakfast." this is easier for them to understand. Talk lots to your children- they love it and learn many social cues this way.
Dr. Laura Webb
Dr. Laura Webb
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Dr. Jay Park
Pediatrics
4 doctors agree
In brief: 2 years
By 2 years of age, most children talk in short (2-3 word) sentences and begin to use pronouns ("me, " "you, " "mine").
Vocabulary has been increased to 50-100.

In brief: 2 years
By 2 years of age, most children talk in short (2-3 word) sentences and begin to use pronouns ("me, " "you, " "mine").
Vocabulary has been increased to 50-100.
Dr. Jay Park
Dr. Jay Park
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