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1 When do babies start talking? on Wed May 26, 2010 2:47 pm

When does a baby usually say his/her first word ?

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2 Re: When do babies start talking? on Thu May 27, 2010 10:56 pm

Babies generally start talking when they are about a year old. These words may not really be words but may sound something similar to it. In some cases the words may be quiet clear. For example, 'dada.' Children can really communicate non-verbally before they can even speak. They generally have the tendency to smile when they are really happy and cry over any kind of discomfort. Some of the most sounds and expressions created by them are really cute. They could go about talking and you don't even realise that they are actually speaking something that you don't understand. Some people term this as "Baby Talk". They go about making really cute expressions like cooing, gurgling, mimicking facial expressions and in the later stages; of course, they start to move towards the object, or pointing at it. Babbling generally takes place around three to four months of age and noises between eight to nine months.

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