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Test of Language Development-Primary: Fifth Edition (TOLD-P:5)

The Test of Language Development-Intermediate: Fifth Edition (TOLD-I:5) assesses spoken language in intermediate-age students.  It assesses oral language proficiency and determines specific strengths and weaknesses in oral language skills. It has six subtests that measure various aspects of oral language.  the results of these subtests can be combined to form composite scores for the major dimensions of language: semantics and grammar, listening, organizing, and speaking; and overall language ability.

Subtest Score Percentile Rank

Sentence Combining - measures the ability to combine two to five short, simple sentences into one complex or compound sentence while retaining all the meaning expressed in the short sentences (grammar, speaking)

Picture Vocabulary - measures the ability to understand the meanings of spoken two-word phrases (semantics, listening)    
Word Ordering - measures the ability to construct a meaningful sentence from a set of words presented orally in a random sequence (grammar, orgainizing)    

Relational Vocabulary - measures the ability to identify the abstract relationship existing among a set of spoken words (semantics, organizing)


Morphological Comprehension - measures the ability to recognize ungrammatical spoken sentences (grammar, listening)


Multiple Meanings - measures the ability to provide different meanings for spoken stimulus words (semantics, speaking)

Overall Language