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The Test of Language Development (TOLD) provides six subtests that measure components of spoken language, including 1) Sentence Combining, 2) Picture Vocabulary, 3) Word Ordering, 4) Relational Vocabulary, 5) Morphological Comprehension, and 6) Multiple Meanings.



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