Ow can the knowledge of first-language articulation interference positively affect the educational or work setting?

Search the Internet and locate information regarding articulation errors that nonnative English speakers make when speaking English. Select errors that do not constitute an articulation disorder, but are related to first-language pronunciation. For example, a native Spanish speaker might say estreet instead of street.

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1.How can the knowledge of first-language articulation interference positively affect the educational or work setting?