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Speech Therapy -> Receptive Language -> Abstract / Figurative Language / Idioms
Understanding non-literal language forms. Examples include: "It’s raining cats and dogs", "Fit as a fiddle"', or "Break a leg". Receptive tasks include being given an idiom and identifying a picture representation of the figurative language.
Idioms and Speech and Language Therapy 1Author: David Clarke - For most of us, idioms are something we pick up naturally as we go through life, but for others, it can be a struggle to understand these seemingly random strings of words.
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