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Fronting Speech Activities

by Samuel Hamilton
Fronting is an issue of speech development in which children learning to speak inadvertently move the point of articulation for some sounds forward in their mouths. Velar fronting occurs in words with consonants formed by contacting the middle of your tongue, such as "give" and "kiss," and results i...
Sonya Padilla Salinas
Sonya Padilla Salinas • 49 weeks ago

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