FRENCH -y-u- CONTRAST IN JAPANESE LEARNERS WITH - WITHOUT ULTRASOUND FEEDBACK: VOWELS, NON-WORDS AND WORDSReportar como inadecuado




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1 LPP - LPP - Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie - UMR 7018 2 LECSeL - Linguistique Empirique: Cognition, Société et Langage Transferts critiques et dynamique des savoirs Domaine Anglophone : EA 1569

Abstract : This study investigated French -y- and -u- produced by one native speaker NS and seven Japanese-speaking learners; four of them received lessons on -u- with ultrasound visual feedback of the tongue shape and position. Acoustic measurements of 10 repetitions of six words coronal context are compared to those of isolated -y- and -u-, and of the non-words -tyty- and -tutu-, both before and after the ultrasound lessons, in terms of i Euclidean distance ED between -y-u-; ii the distance F2-F3 of -y-; and iii the distance F1-F2 of -u-. The isolated vowels were closest to NS-s, followed by monosyllabic words, disyllabic ones, and then non-words. The values of all learners are significantly different from NS-s at the first recording, but those of the learners having received ultrasound lessons approached NS-s after the lessons.

Keywords : L2 vowel learning French Japanese Ultrasound as visual feedback Acoustics





Autor: Claire Pillot-Loiseau - Takeki Kamiyama - Tanja Kocjančič Antolík -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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