This is a multiple choice question that is in my manual, so I have the answer at the back of the manual. But, some of it doesn't match some of
the textbook material. So, I present it here (I will supply the manual answer).
In Broca's aphasia, the client:
(1) is unable to understand what is being written
(2) does not seem to understand what is being said
(3) is able to verbally communicate
(4) all of the above
Broca's is expressive or motor aphasia. Some sources say that the person can understand the meaning of words, that comprehension is intact, comprehension is preserved. The person might have impaired ability to write (agraphia). Jarvis says that the person cannot express using language - language will be nonfluent speech in which the person uses nouns and verbs but few fillers - only garbled speech.
The manual says that the correct answer is (4).
My questions then - is the person able to verbally communicate? Is the person able to understand what is written? Does the person understand what is being said?