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and Aim: School-aged children with borderline intelligence quotient (IQ) have different comprehension and narrative skills compared with normal children. This research compared dysfluencies and story comprehension of these students with normal students. Methods: In a cross-sectional study, 30 students with borderline intelligence quotient and 25 normal students were compared. Stratified random sampling was used for selection of students. Picture-elicited narrative and comprehension tests werefatcat:yypbppolpbcczkttth4arkzdka