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Experimental Phonology Research Group

Experimental Phonology Research Group. This is a cross-faculty, inter-campus Experimental Phonology research group invovling faculty and graduate students from Hispanic Studies and M.A. in Linguistics. our goal is to promote (collaborative) research by bringing together faculty and graduate students working on Phonetics and/or Phonology and to have training workshops.[Leer más]

Advances in the Analysis of Spanish Exclamatives

Advances in the Analysis of Spanish Exclamatives is the first book of readings entirely devoted to Spanish exclamatives, a special sentence type often overlooked by contemporary linguists and neglected in standard grammatical descriptions. The seven essays in this volume, each by a leading specialist on the topic, scrutinize the syntax —as well as the semantic and pragmatic aspects— of exclamations on theoretical grounds. The book begins by[Leer más]

Aquisiçao das consoantes róticas no português brasileiro e no espanhol: um estudo comparativo

This Doctoral Dissertation describes the L1 acquisition of rhotic consonants in Portuguese and Spanish, in all syllable positions that may be occupied by these segments in both languages, that is, word-initial and wordmedial single onsets (strong-r), single and complex onsets and word-medial and final codas (weak-r). The data, which belong to the AQUIFONO and CHILDES databases, were produced by normally developed monolingual children, ranging[Leer más]

Interaction in paired oral proficiency assessment in Spanish

Speaking tasks involving peer-to-peer candidate interaction are increasingly being incorporated into language proficiency assessments, in both large-scale international testing contexts, and in smaller-scale, e.g. course-related, ones. This growth in the popularity and use of paired and group orals has stimulated research, particularly into the types of discourse produced and the possible impact of candidate background factors on performance.[Leer más]