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|Title:||The production and perception of English, French and German intonation|
|Keywords:||Linguistics;Phonology;Phonetics;English language;French language;German language;Intonation (Phonetics);Accent, Foreign|
|Publisher:||University of Calgary|
|Citation:||Grover, C. (1986). The production and perception of English, French and German intonation. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 12(Summer), 17-38.|
|Abstract:||'Foreign accent' has generally been equated with non-native pronunciation and much research has focused on the area of non-native pronunciation (for example, Briere 1966, Flege 1980). We were interested in other components of non-native speech which create or add to the listener's impression of 'foreign accent'. Specifically, we were interested in the role intonation plays in identifying a non-native speaker. It is not known how widely intonation is used to identify speakers of a different language or dialect. This unanswered question forms the central inquiry of this paper.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 12, Summer 1986|
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