My daughter has been talking for a few months. She can understand and repeat lots of words, but only uses a some words regularly. The words she uses regularly fall roughly into three categories: nouns, adjectives and commands.
Of the adjectives, it is interesting that the majority of the ones she uses regularly could be considered mathematical: one, two, three, four, (not necessarily in that order), all gone, same and big. She uses relatively few non-mathematical adjectives.
Why does she use such a large proportion of mathematical terms? Why does she feel the need to count, or compare things? Is she being conditioned to count and compare, or is it something that she is doing of her own accord? If so, why?