Tuesday, August 23, 2011

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Silly Monkey Stories: A Prize?

For quite some time now, our 4.5 year old daughter (and sometimes her twin brother too) has been regularly leaving the beginning sound off words when speaking.  If she had a British accent, she could easily be mistaken for Eliza Doolittle.  When I correct her, she acknowledges the error and repeats the word properly.  Still, there are some words that she always does this with and I am beginning to think that she will never grow out of it.

Here are some of the words she always mispronounces along with the translations . . . 


ahind = behind

Aprize! = Surprise!

acause = because

anola bar = granola bar








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