Input characteristics and impact on the acquisition of phonological variables in French

Abstract : This research is based on the hypothesis that linguistic input allows for the emergence of regular patterns of phonological variables in child speech. As attested by Chenu and Jisa (2005: 85), many recent studies have investigated the impact of language-specific features characterising the parental input in languages including English and German. However, little attention has been given to French. Our aim is to identify the variables to take into account when studying the relationship between oral input and French language acquisition.
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Loïc Liégeois, Inès Saddour, Damien Chabanal, Thierry Chanier. Input characteristics and impact on the acquisition of phonological variables in French. Child Language Seminar, Jun 2013, Manchester, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-00850016v2⟩

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