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"R" sound is pronunced at much further place than "l" sound, which means when you pronunce "r" sound, you need to put your tounge behind the alveolar ridege. Also, the reason for people to perceive your "r" sound as "w" sound is natural becuase "r" sound is pronunced while rounding your lips. One possible soultion I can give u is rounding your lips, like when pronuncing "w", just putting your tounge a little back simultaneously. Also, unlike "l" sound, you don't need to touch your palate with the tongue. Another way is to try to make the similar sound as GARGLING.