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Phonological Domains
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Phonological Domains ab 129.99 € als gebundene Ausgabe: Universals and Deviations. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

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Phonological Domains
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Phonological Domains ab 129.99 € als pdf eBook: Universals and Deviations. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaften,

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Phonological Domains
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Phonological Domains ab 129.99 EURO Universals and Deviations

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Phonological Domains
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Phonological Domains ab 129.99 EURO Universals and Deviations

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Syntax-Phonology Interface A New Approach
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This book proposes a new spell-out-based approach coached within the framework of Chomsky (2000, 2001). It defines a new spell-out mechanism that can handle existing cross-linguistic variations in what is spelled-out (and defined as a p-phrase) within a more integrated approach. Based on this spell-out-based approach, a new constraint-based system is developed translating (many of) the ways syntactic structures can be defined (mapped) onto phonological form into new OT constraints. The main assumption in this book is that phase heads belong to their spell-out domains (contra Chomsky, 2001 and subsequent work) and can regulate the spell-out process by deciding both the kind of spell-out applying and the timing of spell-out relevant. Moreover, this book introduces two new assumptions. The first assumption is that some kinds of phase heads can, in the case PIC2 is in effect, result in hindering, rather than initiating, spell-out on a previous phase, and the second is that some forms of XP movement are not motivated by an EPP feature of a strong phase head mainly v but they are rather motivated by a last resort strategy to accomplish a spell-out instruction of this strong phase head.

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A Descriptive Study of Phonological Substitutio...
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This work examines Loanwords in the bilingual Dictionary Kalmaram T lamyindia Kanori-Faransa-a. The objectives are to: identify the loanwords in the dictionary, classify the domains and the statistic of each language, and examine the nature and the process of linguistic modification found by the loanwords. Words from French, Arabic, English and Hausa were extracted manually from the dictionary and classified into various domains such as religious, educational, technological, and cultural among others. A descriptive method was used to analyze the data. The study reveals that loan words in this dictionary exhibited both radical and non-radical features. The non-radical elements were found to have the following phonological characteristics: sonorization, palatalization, velarization, fricativization, consonants and vowel insertions, deletion, assimilation, syncopation, vowel harmony and compensatory lengthening. With regards to the frequency of occurrence observed, Arabic has highest percentage with 39.73%, followed by French (34.88%), Hausa (13.61%) and English (11.75%). It was also found that some of the loan words translated as Kanuri were originally Hausa and others.

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Achievements and Perspectives in SLA of Speech:...
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This publication constitutes a selection of papers presented at the 6 th International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech, New Sounds 2010, held in Poznan, Poland. It consists of two volumes, presenting state-of-the-art achievements and perspectives for future research related to the acquisition of second language phonetics and phonology. The key issues include the development of explanatory frameworks of phonological SLA, the expanded scope of domains under investigation, modern methods applied in phonological research, and a new take on the causal variables related to ultimate proficiency in L2 speech. This second volume contains a selection of 26 articles that cover a wide variety of themes including L2 speech perception and production, segmental and prosodic features, as well as factors related to individual variability and foreign accent.

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Achievements and Perspectives in SLA of Speech:...
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This publication constitutes a selection of papers presented at the 6 th International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech, New Sounds 2010, held in Poznan, Poland. It consists of two volumes, presenting state-of-the-art achievements and perspectives for future research related to the acquisition of second language phonetics and phonology. The key issues include the development of explanatory frameworks of phonological SLA, the expanded scope of domains under investigation, modern methods applied in phonological research, and a new take on the causal variables related to ultimate proficiency in L2 speech. This first volume contains a selection of 27 articles that cover a wide variety of themes including L2 speech perception and production, segmental and prosodic features, as well as factors related to foreign accentedness, individual variability and ultimate achievement in the acquisition of speech.

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L2 Korean Phonology
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Why attaining nativelike pronunciation is so difficult in adult L2A? This book attempts to take a purely linguistic approach to find the reason by hypothising that the acquisition of even a segmental sound is more than the physical matter of getting the articulators to move correctly and involves phonological rules and principles. The acquisition of Korean stop sounds (ie /p,t,k/,/pp,tt,kk/ and/ph,th,kh/) is investigated with regard to adult L2A in this book. Observing that the English- and Finnish-speaking L2 learners have far greater difficulty in their production of stops involved in the tensification rule constrained by syntax than in their production of word-initial stops, it is concluded that the difficulty of mastering L2 phonology is due to the complexity of phonological rules applying beyond the component of phonology or across phonological domains in the prosodic hierarchy, some of which provide a means for mapping the syntax to the phonology. Therefore, it is posited that acquiring the target pronunciation demands complex phonological rules and principles of a segment but does not simply involve the physically correct articulation.

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