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Author(s): Young-Scholten M
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: International Journal of Bilingualism. Special Issue on the Acquisition of Second Language Phonology
ISSN (print): 1367-0069
ISSN (electronic): 1756-6878
Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd.
Notes: Data from a year-long study of American English learners of German illustrate that while surface representations indicate learners acquire the constraint on final obstruents in German, a task forcing learners to produce obstruents in the same stems in final/non-final positions revealed non-target underlying representations. Data also show transfer of flapping, and this might be responsibile for mis-establishing representations involving /t/ and /d/.
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