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It sounds a bit like what my son does. He has been diagnosed with dyspraxia and they suspect he has central auditory processing disorder. His therapist said that much of his speech is parroted. He hears things in a certain context and tries to put them out there in similar context. Sometimes successfully, sometimes not.
Working with his speech therapists has helped a lot with the parroting and he's initiating a lot more these days.
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