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 <WRAP group> <WRAP group>
-<WRAP third column> 
-==== Non-fluent/​Agrammatic ==== 
-The **Non-fluent/​Agrammatic** subtype is characterized by distortion of word and sentence construction. This includes abnormal order of words (i.e. - syntax), distortion of word endings, misuse of pronouns, and a lack of grammatical words such as articles (words that define a noun as specific or unspecific, e.g. - //a, an, the//) and prepositions (these are words show the relationship between the noun and pronoun in a sentence, e.g. - //at, for, in, off, on, over, under, into, upon, onto, out of, from within//) 
  
-At least ''​1''​ of 2: 
-  - Agrammatism 
-  - Apraxia of speech 
-At least ''​2''​ of 3: 
-  - Impaired complex comprehension 
-  - Spared single-word comprehension 
-  - Spared object knowledge 
-</​WRAP>​ 
 <WRAP third column> <WRAP third column>
 ==== Semantic ==== ==== Semantic ====
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   - Spared motor speech   - Spared motor speech
   - Absence of frank agrammatism   - Absence of frank agrammatism
 +</​WRAP>​
 +
 +<WRAP third column>
 +==== Non-fluent/​Agrammatic ====
 +The **Non-fluent/​Agrammatic** subtype is characterized by distortion of word and sentence construction. This includes abnormal order of words (i.e. - syntax), distortion of word endings, misuse of pronouns, and a lack of grammatical words such as articles (words that define a noun as specific or unspecific, e.g. - //a, an, the//) and prepositions (these are words show the relationship between the noun and pronoun in a sentence, e.g. - //at, for, in, off, on, over, under, into, upon, onto, out of, from within//)
 +
 +At least ''​1''​ of 2:
 +  - Agrammatism
 +  - Apraxia of speech
 +At least ''​2''​ of 3:
 +  - Impaired complex comprehension
 +  - Spared single-word comprehension
 +  - Spared object knowledge
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​