Question by  ugesh (24)

What kind of speech is normal for a 2 year old toddler?


Answer by  Alisha (224)

There is a wide range of normal speech for a 2 year old. As long as your child is expressing himself, other people can understand about 75% of what he says, and he's putting phrases or two and three words together, he is developing fine. Some kids can speak in complete sentences at this age.


Answer by  toastedcheese (216)

At twenty-four months the average child can produce two word sentences (want toy, where kitty?). They can respond to commands like "Where's your shoe?" Every child is different, so being behind schedule might not mean anything. But particularly if the child can't follow directions or communicate spontaneously, they might want to see a specialist.


Answer by  benjiross (993)

A 2 year old child should understand and speak about 10-15 words that make sense. These are mostly monosyllables and a few bi-syllables. He should recognize parents and call them mamma, dadda or something similar. He should be able to connect 2 words in a short sentence with meaning.


Answer by  dr84bhl (2789)

A 2 year old toddler is using about fifty to seventy five words but can understand up to two hundred. A toddler will say words like go car, drink, mummy and daddy.The 2 year old will start to add about ten new words every day and should progress well.

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