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Auditory discrimination is considered one of the most important skills needed for correct language acquisition. However, most children with attention or hearing problems experience difficulty in discriminating between words that are similar. This item aims at enhancing children’s ability to discriminate between similar words. It can also be used with students to improve their listening skills during the first years in school to assist them in acquiring new vocabulary.

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