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Discourse Intonation in L2
Category: Linguistics | Author: killerengel | (17.03.13)   
Updated: 17.03.2013 - 13:31

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Discourse Intonation in L2: From theory and research to practice

Author->Edited by: Dorothy M. Chun
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Publication date: 2002
Serie: Volume 1
Number of pages: 285
Format/Quality: Rar->PDF (Excellent)
File Size: 14.3 MB
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Intonation, stress, and general “melody” of speech are said to be among the Wrst aspects of speech that human infants attend to, react to, and produce themselves (cf. Lieberman, 1986, p. 239). It has also been shown that child learners of a second language have little diYculty in acquiring native-like pronunciation and intonation in the L2 (Felix, 1978). Intonation is thus an important aspect of language that seems to be easily, if not automatically, acquired by children in both L1 and L2.


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