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Single words or short phrases used to represent whole sentences are referred to as: A. holophrasic speech. B. echolalic speech. C. babbling speech. D. incomplete speech.
B. echolalic speech.
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User: Single words or short phrases used to represent whole sentences are referred to as: A. holophrasic speech. B. echolalic speech. C. babbling speech. D. incomplete speech.

Weegy: B. echolalic speech.
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User: Babbles which are repeated over and over are called: A. intensive speech. B. dramatic repetition. C. extensors. D. echolalia.

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