Nurture: The environment.
we cannot ignore the role of the environment. By about 6 months of age, infants seem to have zeroed in on the dominant language in their environment. The months spent hearing these sounds combine with their own experiments at verbalization to refine their efforts, and they lose the ability to produce sounds that are not part of their own language.
For example, children being raised in a Japanese-speaking culture, for example, lose the ability to distinguish between the sounds made by the letters R and L, as the letter L is not part of the Japanese language.