Answer: If u r really concerned u can consult ur doc n opt fr speech theraphy....however most boys are late learners when it comes to talking...your 2-year-old's situation is not necessarily cause for great concern. Some more cautious and reserved 2-year-olds tend to wait until they understand a great deal of what they hear before they actually speak. Look for these signs of language readiness:
1) Does your child point to objects? Pointing to a toy he wants or to a picture in a book is closely related to the beginning of actual speech.
2) Does he seem to understand what you say? Does he react when you call his name when you're out of sight? The ability to understand language precedes the ability to talk. If your child seems to comprehend a great deal of what others are saying, he's well on his way to talking.
3) Does your child use gestures and facial expressions to communicate? Many kids communicate what they need nonverbally, and in fact most 2-year-olds develop a host of nonverbal signals.
Answer: hi dear its normal kuche bache thoda jyada time lete h koi v kam sekhine m and if ur worried the n consult a speech therapist
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