Language-Making Capacity (LMC)

Language-making capacity (LMC) refers to the perceptual and cognitive abilities and qualities related to the analyzing, recognition, and comprehension of human speech. Typically used as a concept in developmental psychology, LMC are the linguistic properties that allow children to perceive language and process it based on phonological, semantic, and syntax relations. It is the ability to detect and discern language aspects and qualities like phonemes, the building blocks of language) and the syntax of speech.

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