Comparison of Native and Non-native Perception of L2 Japanese Speech Varying in Prosodic Characteristics
This study investigates non-native listeners' perception of prosodic variation of Japanese utterances. A previous study  reports that there is no significant difference in the assessment of the accented speech by two groups of native Japanese-speaking judges, i.e., between those who have been exposed to non-native speech and those who have not, in that both of them relied on the correctness of timing for their judgement. The same second language (L2) Japanese utterances as those used in...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology 2010|
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