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We’ve been quietly working away in the field of Speech Language Therapy or Speech-Language Pathology. Our clients are predominantly children. Lisps are usual…
Tags: Language, Speech, Therapy
January 15, 2014 at 5:39 am (UTC 0)
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There are many homes where on parent may speak English as a second language
and the kids have no problems speaking English. See my other comment above.
It wasn’t that the child had an accent, they spoke their own language. It
may not help that she is speaking English in New Zealand with a New Zealand
accent. We have no problems understanding mum. I also deeply appreciate her
speaking up about a deeply personal challenge for her child. It’s been
great for other parents. Thanks.
January 15, 2014 at 5:47 am (UTC 0)
And I’m logged in under my ShinnickDepression Account. Same group of
business just a more specific application. You can check the web for
shinnickdepression and vivachi in New Zealand. (I must pay more attention)
January 15, 2014 at 6:11 am (UTC 0)
Hi Johnny, yes the parent had an accent. The other parent didn’t. She had
no problems with communicating with people here in New Zealand. Her child
had done something interesting in terms of choosing to run his own
language. This meant that most people here could not understand him. I
couldn’t and I specialise in this area. It’s not uncommon around the world
having a parent where English is a second language. It’s very uncommon to
get a child doing what this one did. Thanks, Des.
January 15, 2014 at 6:59 am (UTC 0)
How can your child speak properly if you can’t even speak yourself
correctly? I can hardly understand you.
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