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Which of these statements concerning receptive and expressive language in babies' development is true? A. Receptive and expressive language development advance at the same pace. B.
There's no relationship between receptive and expressive language development. C. Expressive language development occurs at a faster rate than receptive language development. D. Receptive language development occurs at a faster rate than expressive language development.
The answer is D. Expressive language development occurs at a faster rate than receptive language development.
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User: Which of these statements concerning receptive and expressive language in babies' development is true? A. Receptive and expressive language development advance at the same pace. B. There's no relationship between receptive and expressive language development. C. Expressive language development occurs at a faster rate than receptive language development. D. Receptive language development occurs at a faster rate than expressive language development.

Weegy: The answer is D. Expressive language development occurs at a faster rate than receptive language development.
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User: It's estimated that by the age of five, a child whose parent or parents work full time will have spent _______ of their lives in the care of someone other than their parents in some type of child care setting. A. 1% B. 25% C. 100% D. 75%

Weegy: It's estimated that by the age of five, a child whose parent or parents work full time will have spent _______ of their lives in the care of someone other than their parents in some type of child care setting. D. 75%
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