Ok, im in the dorms now at school and I have met an international student from Kenya who has a studder. He can hardly ever put together a sentence without studdering bigtime (He said he did this in his native language as well.) Often times when he is saying something we finish his sentence for him because he goes slow and we know what the rest of his sentence would be. For example, hypothetically, he might say: I went to Mcdonald's today, it was ggggggg and we finish it for him by saying good (highly simplified example but you get the idea.) Anyways what struck me odd is that when we finish his sentence for him he confirms that we guessed right by saying the word 'exactly' For example: Him: I went to Mcdonald's today, it was ggggg Me: Good Him: Yes, exactly. He never studders when he says the word 'exactly' or when he says 'yes exactly.' So to me that means that maybe he can talk in normal fluency he just is nervous or something. I dont know, he doesnt seem nervous at all when he talks, and he says he has been doing it since he was a child. My point is that if he can say 'exactly', or 'yes exactly' then he can learn to say other words in good fluency as well. Any speech specialists in here want to comment on this?