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The ability to think about the meanings and forms of language is called: A. metacognition. B. metamemory. C. mnemonic strategies. D. metalinguistic awareness.
The ability to think about the meanings and forms of language is called metalinguistic awareness.
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User: The ability to think about the meanings and forms of language is called: A. metacognition. B. metamemory. C. mnemonic strategies. D. metalinguistic awareness.

Weegy: The ability to think about the meanings and forms of language is called metalinguistic awareness.
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User: Which is easier for a child to identify in beginning reading? A. A short word, with limited meaning, such as “what” B. A long word, such as “hippopotamus,” with meaning, such as after the children have visited the zoo C. A word that is “medium” in length and has no particular reference for the child D. Words that can be identified only by phonics





Weegy: Which is easier for a child to identify in beginning reading? The answer is B. A long word, such as “hippopotamus,” with meaning, such as after the children have visited the zoo
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