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Children with a language or speech disorder are
A sometimes suffering from an aphasia
B always learning challenged
C able to receive special help only after the third grade
D unable to use communication boards

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    Have you looked up the word "aphasia"?

    Now be careful using this term, in common usage it has several different meanings.

    I have a grandchild who could read at age three, but could not speak...she signed with fluency. Aphasia has many manifestations, and for some, as my granddaughter, it takes time for the brain to reconnect and develop different areas.

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