Children begin to develop receptive language skills first. You can understand that this skill is acquired when you feel that you understand the words you say to him, behave in accordance with what you are speaking or look at where you are pointing. This process is also a storage process, where children understand much more than they speak. Once the child has reached sufficient maturity, the second stage, the expressive language process, begins. This is where the child starts to speak and uses the words in communication to the extent that he can.Although language development is related to physiology and genetic factors, environmental stimulation accelerates language development. When we look at the learning process, we see that children learn not by spelling, but by hearing the right words. The fact that you talk to your baby frequently since birth, tell him what you have done (I'm taking off his socks, I'll put on clean socks, etc.), telling him stories, singing songs and rhymes will have a positive impact on the development process. When you do these practices, it is appropriate for you to talk completely, to try to make him talk, and to organize his responses (eg, 'What is your name' and wait for a while, then answer 'Your name is Ali').