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Introduction I. Try to capture a moment when an eight-month-old baby girl splashes her food everywhere and makes a mess all over the table and carpet. Her lips wet with drool and her eyes are scanning the area for her mother, so somehow she could let her mother know that she just did a naughty thing. She looks up at her mother chin high, not knowing what to say, she says “da da da, ma, ma “ in an angelic voice. This is a moment that we have all witnessed on somebody whether it is our niece, sister, cousin or friend’s baby. II. Previously scientists thought babies might make the noises to exercise their mouths or to improve lip and tongue control, but they were wrong. Scientists have found for the first time strong evidence that the incoherent noises of an infant are linked to language. Researchers have now analyzed the mouth motions of babies babbling, smiling or making other noises and have concluded that the baby sounds are coming directly from the babies’ efforts to use their speech and language. (add a source). III. I believe babies have always tried to communicate and continuously use their ability to make sounds to communicate. This further leads me to believe that the use of language as been implanted from the time we are born. IV. There are three supporting evidence to support the recent findings of babies’ babbling. The first one is, The second one is, and the third one is Transition: Body I. Thesis for main point 1. A. Explanation: B. Support with one source, citation. C. Clarify how this main point support your whole argument and opinion Transition: II. Thesis for main point 2. A. Explanation B. Support with one source, citation. C. Clarify how this main point support your whole argument and opinion III. Thesis for main point 3. A. Explanation B. Support with one source, citation. C. Clarify how this main point support your whole argument and opinion Transition: Conclus...

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