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Test of auditory comprehension of language-revised

Test of auditory comprehension of language-revised

Test of auditory comprehension of language-revised: The test of auditory comprehension of language-revised is used to measure a child's auditory understanding of language and determine their developmental level. Language comprehension includes grammar, sentence structure, and word classes (e.g. noun, verb, modifiers, etc.).

Test of auditory comprehension of language-revised: Other Names

Other names for Test of auditory comprehension of language-revised include:

  • TACL-R

Diseases Associated with Test of auditory comprehension of language-revised

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Test of auditory comprehension of language-revised:

  • Language comprehension disability

Basic Information: Test of auditory comprehension of language-revised

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