Universal or Diverse Paths to English Phonology

Universal or Diverse Paths to English Phonology


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Ulrike intestine, Robert Fuchs & Eva-Maria Wunder
1 advent 1
David Deterding
2 The phonology of Brunei English: L2 English or emergent type 9
Stefanie Pillai
3 Rothicity in Malaysian English: The emergence of a brand new norm? 23
Magdalena Wrembel
4 Cross-linguistic effect in moment vs. 3rd language acquisition of phonology 41
Romana Kopečková
5 changes within the notion of English vowel sounds by way of baby L2 and
L3 newbies 71
Hemalatha Nagarajan
6 Loanword version and moment language acquisition: Convergence and divergence 91
Taiwo Soneye & Kehinde Ayoola
7 Onset consonant cluster realisation in Nigerian English: The emergence of an endogenous style? 117
Christoph Gabriel, Johanna Stahnke & Jeanette Thulke
8 buying English and French speech rhythm in a multilingual school room: A comparability with Asian Englishes 135
Robert Fuchs & Eva-Maria Wunder
9 A sonority-based account of speech rhythm in chinese language newcomers of
English 165
Heidi Altmann & Barış Kabak
10 English be aware pressure in L2 and postcolonial types: systematicity and
variation 185
Sabine Zerbian
11 Prosodic marking of concentration in transitive sentences in forms of South African English 209
Ulrike Gut
12 Epilogue Index 249

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