On the differential substitution of English [θ] A phonetic approach
French language--Québec (Province)
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AbstractA phonetic approach to the differential substitution of English [θ] successfully predicts that speakers of languages with a dental [s̪], or a slit-type [s], will substitute it for the English fricative, while speakers of languages with a more retracted [s] will not. Data from native speakers of Quebec French, European French, Russian, and Japanese is employed in the study.
InstitutionUniversity of Calgary
PublisherUniversity of Calgary
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