Ok, so she can communicate. When an infant is hungry or in pain, for instance, s/he will make certain noises, have certain reactions. New parents (usually) quickly learn to interpret some of these sounds and act appropriately. At first, one wonders what the sound or cry means, and then tries everything until the feedback from
I’ve written about this before, the fact that Pearlsky cannot communicate AT ALL. I find that people often have trouble with this, as a concept. It is actually very simple. And, very complex.