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LINGUIST List 19.2925

Fri Sep 26 2008

Qs: Study on Pronunciation

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Message 1: Study on Pronunciation
Date: 26-Sep-2008
From: Cecilia Goria <cecilia.gorianottingham.ac.uk>
Subject: Study on Pronunciation
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Dear Linguists,

I am conducting a study on pronunciation patterns of Chinese learners of
Spanish. As a first stage, the study involves identifying learners'
pronunciation difficulties through lab-based tests. I am therefore in the
process of building a corpus of Spanish data, mainly word lists, to use for
the tests. I would be grateful if anyone could direct me to existing
studies and resources.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Cecilia Goria

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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