Sentence Examples


  • Children with expressive aphasia will not develop normal language skills without intervention and are at risk for language-based learning disabilities.
  • Children with expressive aphasia fail to speak at the usual age although they have normal speech comprehension and articulation.
  • Most children with receptive aphasia gradually acquire a language of their own, understood only by those close to them.
  • The speech of children with receptive aphasia is both delayed and sparse, ungrammatical, and poorly articulated.
  • Speech and language problems (aphasia) usually occur when a stroke affects the right side of the body.