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This paper describes the development of vowel inventories in 12 pre‐linguistically deafened Cantonese‐speaking cochlear implant users. The aim of the research was to understand the role of linguistic, perceptual and articulatory factors in determining the rate and order of vowel acquisition...
Most studies have stressed those aspects of African American English (AAE) that differ from Standard English (SE) varieties. Therefore word‐ final consonant performance has been investigated most often. In contrast, this intensive study aimed to reveal whether a common core of initial...
Children with specific language impairment (SLI) usually differ from younger peers in their use of grammatical morphemes pertaining to tense and agreement. The word‐final consonant status of many of these morphemes has prompted researchers to verify that the children under study are capable of...
This paper presents an acoustic‐phonetic description of two American English speakers with foreign accent syndrome (FAS). Speech samples were collected from both speakers. Acoustic measurements of voice onset time, vowel duration, first and second formant frequency analysis, fundamental...
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