Why Is Conversation So Hard for People with Autism?

The majority of people with autism use spoken language, but most do not use language In exactly the same way as people without autism. In some cases, the differences are quite marked. In others, while the differences are subtle, they are obvious to native speakers of the same language.​​ Some differences relate to the correct use of spoken language and grammar. In addition, however, many differences relate not to the selection of correct words but to intonation, eye contact, and body language.

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  • BKiwuBKiwu ✭✭✭✭
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    Interesting. It's almost similar to the deaf...The Sign Language is quite different to the mainstream English in terms of grammar and sentence structure but at the same time, there are those that can sign and write proper English like everyone else.

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