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ERIC Number: EJ355644
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1987
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A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Speech Markers in the Native and Second Language Speech of Bilinguals.
Olynyk, Marian; And Others
Applied Psycholinguistics, v8 n2 p121-36 Jun 1987
Investigation of the use of five speech markers in the native and second-language production of French-English bilinguals (N=10) found no quantitative difference in the frequency of occurrence of speech markers between the high (N=5) and low (N=5) fluency speakers, although high-fluency speakers used more progressive than regressive marker types. Fewer markers were used in native than in second-language production. (Author/CB)
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Language: English
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