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Consonant clusters are groups of 2 or more consonants together at the end of the word. The typical error patterns tend to be devoicing (saying a voiceless sound/s rather than the voiced consonant) and omission (leaving one or more sound off). Correcting these errors is important because consonant clusters contain important grammatical information.
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