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Parents' Bumblings and Stumblings, Uh, Help Kids to Speak, Study Shows

Sentences with stumblings and pauses are easier for children to follow. Credit: Getty Images Parents who, uh, you know, kind of like, that is to say, stumble over their words may actually be, sort of, teaching their children how to s...What did Henry Higgins know, anyway? An er, um, like or pause can benefit speech development.

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