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Phoneme manipulation

Phoneme manipulation - adding, deleting, or substituting phonemes in spoken words to create a new word. For example, a student is able to add the phoneme /r/ after the initial phoneme /t/ in the word tie to make the word try and then move the initial phoneme /t/ to the end of the word to form the word write.

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