My son is always saying “bigooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

My son, Takeh, is starting to speak and understand adult words.

As usual, I often don’t understand what Takeh himself is saying, but he has gradually begun to speak two-word sentences.

That said, he frequently speaks two-word sentences, “Wan-wan(Wan-wan is a Japanese infant word for dog. It derives from the sound of a dog’s bark.), you’re not here” at best. He looks around the park, always looking for a dog walker. Morning and night. I don’t know if he likes dogs that much.

Also, he uses the word “big” a lot.

He uses the term when he actually sees something big, like an elephant at the zoo or a stone statue of an arowana in a park.

However, when we tried to have him study the difference between big and small using educational materials for young children, we found that he did not understand the difference between big and small at all.

In other words, he simply says “ooki-ooooo” as an exclamation when he sees something big, not as a result of a “contrast” with something normal or small. It seems that the concept of contrast does not exist for him yet.



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