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I've never really had too much of a problem with the “r” sound, but I do think this vid would help anybody nail it! Although, I don't know if it depends on the dialect or something, but I've definitely heard the r sound as a clear “l” sound before. Mostly in songs I think – is it maybe something that only occurs in songs to sound more melodious?
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s it maybe something that only occurs in songs to sound more melodious?
This didn’t exactly help I still don’t get it could somebody help me?
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