Some chjildren say some words in some strange ways. Such pronunciation can be impossible for anyone who does not know the child to understand. Sometimes even for those who know the child well. Like saying soldier as HOWOOV where the O is like Oh and the OO is as in Southern British foot. Here the child correctly analyses the lip rounding of the vowel in the oh sound and the almost complete closure of the mouth at the beginning of the second syllable, writtten as DI, pronounced as a J, but A) pronounces these incorrectly in a final V. B) realises the S as an H, and C) pronounces what should be a J sound by a W.