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The intervention approach that would not be suitable for addressing Susie's (7;4 years) articulation impairment is:

a) concurrent treatment
b) traditional articulation intervention
c) minimal pairs
d) EPG feedback coupled with concurrent treatment or traditional articulation intervention

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Posted another one can you check that one too? Thanks.