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  1. It takes the average person 1.5 times longer to type out “Sasha was walking on the highway” than it does for a regular phrase with the same number of letters. As usual, the brain is to blame. The alternation of similar sounds does not cause a physical failure of the speech apparatus, but a cognitive one. “Simply put, a person thinks about what sounds should be pronounced. Because of their similarity, the brain seems to get lost, and neurons transmit incorrect impulses.” Therefore, by the way, it is impossible to master one patter without hesitation to pronounce another, even if it is similar in composition: neural connections have to be re-established every time. “But after regular training, any language is capable of feats”

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