by Paul Trotter
(Milwaukee, WI USA )
Greetings everyone, I have a student who is substituting a g/d and k/t .It's a type of error that I've never seen before and I've been at this a long time. :)She can produce the /t/ phoneme in isolation and simple words but the /d/ is proving to be very problematic.Wondering if you have any ideas.Email me if you wish to firstname.lastname@example.org but please leave your suggestions here also.There doesn't seem to be much out there for this type of error. Thanks!
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