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Q: My four-year-old client substitutes E for final Er, as in teachee/teacher. Have you seen this before? Should I be extra worried about it?
To me this is just another minor problem with R. Nothing special just not very common — kids screw up R in more ways than are imaginable!
The kids I have seen like this correct their errors easily. Most of their families thought the error was very cute and were sad to see it go!