Variation in foreign accent identification
This study investigates variation in listeners’ accuracy in accent identification of native and non-native speakers of English. Thirty native speakers of New Zealand (NZ) English completed a free identification task with stimuli extracted from naturalistic conversations of several speakers from three native and two non-native English language backgrounds (German, Korean, New Zealand English, Southern British English, and Standard American English). The listeners were found to be generally...[Show more]
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