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Which details can be considered primary support for the main primary suppor for the main idea statement.
The development of speech in infants follows a definite sequence or pattern of development.
a.By the time an infant is six months old, he or she can make 12 different speech sounds.
b.Before the age of three months, most infants are unable to produce any recognizable syllables
c.During the first year, the number of vowel sounds a child can produce is greater then he or she can make
d.During the second year, the number of consonant sounds a child can produce increases
e.Parents often reward the first recognizable word a child produces by smiling or speaking to the child
I put B, C, D,