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A child consistently substitutes the sound "t" for "th" (e.g., "tink" instead of "think"). Which one of the following is the most likely explanation for this phenomenon?

▸ The child is applying phonological rules of his native language.

▸ The child has heard slang or street language regularly at home.

▸ The child is a simultaneous bilingual learner.

▸ The child is engaging in phoneme substitution.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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The child is applying phonological rules of his native language.
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