The role of phonetic context in the articulation of semivowels by preschool children
Keywords:speech analysis and processing, semivowel articulation, phonetic context, preschool children, misarticulated phonemes, vowel, phoneme production
AbstractThe present study addresses the following questions about children's production of the phoneme /r/. (1) How are misarticulated phonemes different from those that are correctly produced? (2) Does the phonetic context of the following vowel influence phoneme production?
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