Published January 2003
by Lincom Europa .
Written in English
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Studies on Cross-Linguistic Transfer Patterning and Prosodic Typology: Cantonese, Japanese, EnglishAuthor: EYW Lai. Sun-Ah Jun is an Associate Professor at the Department of Linguistics, UCLA, where she teaches phonetics, intonation, and phonology. She has been teaching at UCLA since she obtained her Ph.D from Ohio State University in She has also taught at the . Experimental studies on Japanese speakers of L2 English (JEL2) have revealed that L1 prosodic transfer occurs in the production of lexical accent, duration, and temporal organization across Author: Motoko Ueyama. This item: Theory and Typology of Proper Names (Trends in Linguistics: Studies & Monographs) Set up a giveaway. Get fast, free delivery with Amazon Prime. Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle by:
Linguistic Typology, Volume 1, Issue 1 -commanding Cambridge causation causative causee clitic complement Comrie concepts constructions converbs correlates correspondences cross-linguistic definite deontic diachronic diri dirinya discussion domain DV sample Dyirbal English ergative ergative alignment Eskimo-Aleut About Google Books. Language, a journal of the Linguistic Society of America, is published quarterly and contains articles, short reports, and book reviews on all aspects of linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical linguistics. As of , Language features online content in addition to the print edition, including supplemental materials. Generative Studies in Basque Linguistics (), Towards a History of the Basque Language (), A Grammar of Basque (), Laboratory Phonology 9 (), and The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics (), among other books. He has also published a number of articles and book chapters on aspects of Basque, Spanish, and Romance linguistics. intonational typology proposed in this paper, with special focus on the past division between so-called “one-pattern accent” and “accentless” dialects, which gives implication to the intonational typology. Also, prosodic trees at the level of prosodic word and below are proposed for representative dialects, on the basis of the AM theory.
This study investigated how Cantonese lexical tone sensitivity contributed to English lexical stress sensitivity among Cantonese children who learned English as a second language (ESL). Five-hundred-and-sixteen second-to-third grade Cantonese ESL children were tested on their Cantonese lexical tone sensitivity, English lexical stress sensitivity, general auditory sensitivity, and working by: 4. Author Information. Sun-Ah Jun is a Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She received her Ph.D. from the Ohio State University in and has been teaching at UCLA since. The purpose of the present study was to bring together the evidence on possible cross-linguistic transfer in word order from two different perspectives: a transfer as an apparent obstacle in second language acquisition, and a transfer as a cause of attrition of the native language. The main studies on this topic are outlined along the illustration of the formulae and a discussion of practical and methodological issues, such as speech rate normalisation and segmentation : Michela Russo.