The Cause Is Unclear When Mentioning Certain Letters?
Tonight. R nDok, at the moment I am 17 years old. So, since 4 years ago I just realized that I could not say the letter ‘S’ in the word “One ” “One hundred ” and instead read it into “Hatu ” “Hatus ” like that. Until now it still is, but if I speak softly the letter ‘S’ sounds clearly only when chatting the letter ‘S’ so the letter ‘H’ sometimes sounds like the letter ‘T’. And not only that word. That’s why huh? I am not lisp R, does it mean I lisp S?
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Articulation involves a fairly complex process, especially from the muscles in the oral cavity, face, and throat. The letter S is formed when the tongue and the palate close together but do not stick together, accompanied by a puff of air that is blown through the groove in the saliva toward the teeth to produce a loud sound. These letters are generally relatively easier to pronounce than some other types of letters, for example the letter R or the letter L. However, indeed not all are able to pronounce this letter clearly.
Your difficulty in pronouncing the letter S may occur due to many factors, for example:
Short tongue High arcus palate (corner of the palate) Disorders of other oral cavities (eg cleft, tongue tie) Habits, etc. This condition, if it feels very disturbing to you in talking and interacting with people around you, or even to interfere with you in chewing and swallowing food, you should consult a doctor directly. The doctor can thoroughly evaluate the possibility of problems with you that affect the articulation disorders, and provide appropriate treatment. If there are no serious organic abnormalities, you may be referred to a physiotherapist.
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