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For me, the most common stuttering trigger is words with pronunciations that I'm not used to doing. Mostly words in other languages with sounds that don't exist in English, especially if I'm saying non-English words mixed with English words. Even if I know how to make the sound, I feel friction as my brain needs to enter a completely different space to say it.

I've also stuttered when speaking English, but it's been long enough that I can't remember exactly what triggers it.

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I stutter all the time, probably not a good thing for someone who plans to spend the rest of her life lecturing.  Generally it is just that my brain and my mouth are out of sync and one has to catch up.  If I slow down then it doesn't happen as much.

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