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Q: Two-year-old Sara lives in a home where the family has a German Shepherd. Sara knows the word doggie. One day, when Sara is outside with her mother, she sees a Labrador Retriever and says,
"Doggie." Sara is learning to apply the process of A. accommodation. B. assimilation. C. syntax development. D. overextension.
A: The answer is B. assimilation. [ ]
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User: Two-year-old Sara lives in a home where the family has a German Shepherd. Sara knows the word doggie. One day, when Sara is outside with her mother, she sees a Labrador Retriever and says, "Doggie." Sara is learning to apply the process of A. accommodation. B. assimilation. C. syntax development. D. overextension.

Weegy: The answer is B. assimilation. [ ]
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User: Which statement is true regarding studies of the empty nest syndrome? A. Research proves that 85 percent of parents resent children leaving home before age 20. B. There are no positive aspects to the empty nest syndrome. C. The syndrome affects only the primary caregiver. D. In general, the stresses and strains of childcare aren't as severe as those of an empty nest. Which statement is true regarding studies of the empty nest syndrome? A. Research proves that 85 percent of parents resent children leaving home before age 20. B. There are no positive aspects to the empty nest syndrome. C. The syndrome affects only the primary caregiver. D. In general, the stresses and strains of childcare aren't as severe as those of an empty nest.

Weegy: D. In general, the stresses and strains of childcare aren't as severe as those of an empty nest is the answer.
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