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Year 11 Speech good morning ladies and gentlemen This is just some of the language that people have to listen to almost every day and dont fell it is very appropriate I am speaking here today to inform the general public on the appalling growth of course language This increase of course language has occurred amongst all different age groups I believe That the language of tomorrows society is determined fully upon the youth and their parents I have interviewed 100 people on this topic and this is the top 10 things that they have said The general incline for youth to use bad language is just not in our local area but all over Australia As a study from Robert m Liebert 1992 says In 1992 the average 2 year-old had a vocabulary of 200 - 300 words which mostly contain small words like More milk fall down yuk mum and dad Now a 3 year old pre-schooler in contrast speaks in complex sentences that show a sophisticated grasp on the rules of language as well as a sizeable vocabulary More specifically we went to see uncle bob and he was sitting on the sofa And he gave me a box of chocolates By the time a heshe starts the 1st grade the child would have a productive vocabulary and understand as many as 14000 words this means that the child has learned 9 new words every day science he or she started to talk This rapid increase of learning to speak does not slow down after this period of time as a matter of fact it keeps increasing even more as the child learns to read by the time they are 17 they would have a 800000 reading word vocabulary and that means he or she has acquired an average of 13 words a day Now you say what does this have to do with anything Well I will tell
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