Acquiring a Non-Native Phonology by Jette G. Hansen Edwards PDF

By Jette G. Hansen Edwards

ISBN-10: 0826468624

ISBN-13: 9780826468628

ISBN-10: 1847142982

ISBN-13: 9781847142986

This can be a learn of the phonological improvement of a relations of L2 English inexperienced persons. it's the first full-length booklet that makes a speciality of a tightly-knit crew of newbies' acquisition of phonology over a longitudinal time frame, and the 1st booklet to review either social and linguistic components throughout that point interval. Jette G. Hansen analyses this information amassed from genuine language newbies within the gentle of contemporary thought, in addition to tough features of present pondering with regards to moment language acquisition. buying a Non-Native Phonology accordingly makes a big and unique contribution to the sphere and gives an in-depth research and dialogue of the developmental techniques in buying a non-native sound approach which has no longer formerly been awarded. The e-book is aimed toward teachers drawn to moment language acquisition, and researchers learning phonology often

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For the few consonants with allophones, allophonic variation is caused by vocalic environment (Santry 1997). In addition, Vietnamese is very restricted in the consonants that can occur finally (see the description above) and there are no consonant clusters. Syllables in Vietnamese can be reduced to the following formula, which illustrates canonical syllable structure as per Santry (1997): ± O [ + C ± W ] + N [ V ] + T 3 with O representing the Onset, C as Consonant, W as semi-vowel, N as INVESTIGATING L2 PHONOLOGY • 39 nucleus, V as vowel or diphthong, and T as terminus.

There are fewer threeconsonant codas, namely: /dst/, /kst/, /ks6/, /mps/, /Ipt/, /Ikt/, /Iks/, /IfB/, /ikt/, /nst/, /qst/, /qkt/, /qks/, /imG/, /ipt/, /Jps/ (Jensen 1993: 70). e. stops, nasals and fricatives). The majority of two-consonant codas also end in coronals; furthermore, vowels occurring before both two- and threeconsonant codas are mostly short and lax. In fact, long vowels do not occur before three-consonant codas, although they may occur before two-consonant codas if the two-consonant cluster contains only coronals Qensen 1993: 70).

Stress (Unstressed syllable as in problem, Stressed syllable as in Vietnam}. 5. Voicing agreement with the following segment (Homovoicing as in tell us where both final III and the initial vowel are voiced; Heterovoicing as in tell Paul where III is voiced but /p/ is voiceless). External (Extralinguistic) Factor Groups: 1. Speech sample (Time 1, Time 2, Time 3). 2. Participant (Anh or Nhi). 3. Length of cluster (one-member, two-member, three-member). 2 Social Data A grounded theory approach (Strauss and Corbin 1990) was used in social data collection and analysis.

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