Ane Icardo Isasa

Ane Icardo Isasa
California State University, Northridge | CSUN · Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures

Doctor of Philosophy

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This exploratory study gives a first glance at the development of the perception of the Spanish /e/-/ei/ contrast by heritage learners in comparison to that of L2 learners in the classroom. To this end, two types of semester-long, explicit phonetic instruction training are compared: High Phonetic Variability Training (HPVT) with exposure to multipl...
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In Basque word-final stop consonants have very low lexical frequency, but very high token frequency in discourse, since final /-t/ and /-k/ appear in very common suffixes. Here we undertake an acoustic investigation of the phonetic realization of word-final stops, with a focus on consonant clusters that arise across word boundaries. Our analysis is...
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Els elements clítics s’adjunten prosòdicament a una altra paraula fonològica, per tant, no porten accent propi. En general, els pronoms no preposicionals amb funció d’objecte (e.g. me/te/le/lo/se) compleixen la definició de clític, tant si van davant (proclític) com darrera (enclític) del verb. Però en algunes varietats romàniques, incloses algunes...
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Basque has a phonological contrast between voiceless /ptk/ and voiced /bdg/ in onset position. Word-finally there is only /t/ and /k/. These word-final consonants, although rare stem-finally, have great textual frequency, since they are found in several frequent inflectional suffixes. We examine the realization of final /t k/ before a vowel across...
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Although the syllabification of sequences of two vocoids in Spanish is generally predictable from vowel height and stress, there are exceptions to the general rules. There is also variation among speakers in this respect, so that this is a 'fuzzy' contrast. Here we report on an experiment on the production of this contrast, analyzing data from a mu...
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The present study seeks to investigate the claim of Kimberly Geeslin & Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes (2008) that in the Spanish of the Basque Country there is extension of estar. In this study the pool of participants was extended and it was divided in three subgroups depending on their type of bilingualism: Spanish dominant speakers, balanced bilinguals...

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