Denise Cristina Kluge

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This study aims at investigating the perception and production of the English nasals /m/ and /n/ in syllable-final position by 20 Brazilian EFL learners and 3 native speakers of American English. Perception was assessed by means of both a discrimination and an identification test. Production data was collected by means of a Sentence Reading Test. The(More)
In both English and Dutch, the nasal consonants /m/ and /n/ in word-final position have different phonological representations and are phonetically distinctive. In contrast, in Brazilian Portuguese /m/ and /n/ undergo similar phonological processes which result in the deletion of the nasals and regressive vowel nasalization. The present small-scale study(More)
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