DWQA Questionsتصنيف: علم النفس التربوي للأطفالWhy does my child speak in third person? Is that normal?
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Marwa SatiMarwa Sati فريق العمل اجيب عليه قبل سنتين

Children under the age of 3 years are not fully able to grasp the concept of pronouns. A toddler refers to himself/herself by name such as “Sarah want ball” or “Ahmad eat apple”.
With linguistic development, your child begins to use pronouns and form longer sentences with complex concepts.

Marwa SatiMarwa Sati فريق العمل اجيب عليه قبل سنتين

Children should be able to use pronouns and possessives at the age of three and a half to four years of age. It is necessary that you start teaching them these correct forms once they have reached this age and still unable to use these forms.