These are three of many cases explored.
No Puta is a speech sound error. Gusta is the Spanish word for like. G and s are omitted and substituted with no word other than a word that means no female dog by accident.
In the case of Br this is a sound distortion. Sound distortions have a special treatment which I have developed in this book. It usually occurs when a child has a lisp, however it can occur in other cases.
In the case of mamama this is a babbling of simple consonants. Babbling is consistent in the infant/toddler years. By the time they turn age then, something different must happen.
Do not accept foul language or inappropriate language as an excuse for a speech sound error. It does not matter how young the child is. If they are doing this out of modeling poor vernacular then what a shame.
Do not leave Br and other unfinished sounds uncorrected. Learn more with this book.
I stopped this toddler from using this word by correcting the problem using a specific method. Learn from this book. I have examples of what I did to correct the problem and the stories that I read to the toddler daily. Learn more with this book Click on the link.
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