Second-Language Speech : : Structure and Process / / ed. by Allan James, Jonathan Leather.

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter DGBA Linguistics and Semiotics 1990 - 1999
Place / Publishing House:Berlin ;, Boston : : De Gruyter Mouton, , [2011]
Year of Publication:2011
Edition:Reprint 2011
Series:Studies on Language Acquisition [SOLA] , 13
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Physical Description:1 online resource (348 p.)
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Other title:I-VIII --
Introduction --
I Second-language speech: processes and strategies --
English vowel production by Dutch talkers: more evidence for the “similar” vs “new” distinction --
Perception and production of a new vowel category by adult second language learners --
Interrelation of perceptual and productive learning in the initial acquisition of second-language tone --
Effect of word familiarity on non-native phoneme perception: identification of English /r/, /l/ and /w/ by native speakers of Japanese --
Perceptual foreign accent: L2 users’ comprehension ability --
Native speaker reactions to non-native speech --
II Second-language speech: conditions and constraints --
L2 acquisition, L1 loss, and the critical period hypothesis --
Conditions on transfer in phonology --
On the non-acquisition of an English sound pattern --
Interlanguage and postlexical transfer --
On the acquisition of tonal and accentual features of English by Austrian learners --
Austrian learners’ development of phonological representations for English --
III Second-language speech: structure and system --
Phonological processes vs morphonological rules in L1 and L2 acquisition --
The device “phonological rule” and the acquisition of (inter)phonology --
Minimal segments in second language phonology --
A parameter-setting model for second-language phonological acquisition? --
Towards a typology of bilingual phonological systems --
List of contributors --
Format:Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
ISSN:1861-4248 ;
Access:restricted access
Hierarchical level:Monograph
Statement of Responsibility: ed. by Allan James, Jonathan Leather.