Common symptoms of Broca's aphasia include halting, effortful speech. People with this disorder often have long pauses in their speech and may distort vowels or consonant sounds. The aphasia can also change stress patterns in speech and intonation. Individuals with this condition can sometimes express the content of their ideas but leave out grammatical words and phrases.
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