Otros recursos con las palabras clave Phonology
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Campbell, R; Woll, B
In contrast with two widely held and contradictory views – that sign languages of deaf people are “j ...
The syllable has been credited with hosting a wide range of segmental patterns in phonology. However, there is increasing evidence that many of these patterns have a broader prosodic scope than is
Problemas fonológicos en aprendientes costarricenses de inglés (Pronunciation Difficulties for Costa Rican EFL Learners) (�)
Pizarro Chacón, Ginneth; Cordero Badilla, Damaris
A study was conducted on various aspects which currently affect Costa Rican Spanish speakers when th ...
Kelly M. Fawcett; Kelly M. Fawcett; Stefan A. Frisch; Ph. D
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It is argued that new phonological features can be acquired in second languages, but that both featu ...
Modern High German final obstruent devoicing is usually thought to descend from Middle German devoic ...
Children acquire consonant and vowel categories by 12 months, but take much longer to learn to inter ...
The acquisition of consonants in Québécois French: A cross-sectional study of pre-school aged children (�)
Andrea A. N. Macleod; Ann Sutton; Natacha Trudeau
This study provides a systematic description of French consonant acquisition in a large cohort of pr ...
10.1177/0075424205282561JEngL 33.3 (September 2005)Iverson, Salmons / Filling the Gap Filling the Gap English Tense Vowel plus Final /š/ (�)
Gregory K. Iverson; Joseph C. Salmons
Native-stock English /š / normally derives from sk (Old English fisc> fish), a change dating to c ...
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