Acoustic differences between German and Dutch labiodentals

  title={Acoustic differences between German and Dutch labiodentals},
  author={Silke Hamann and Anke Sennema},
The present article is a follow-up study of the investigation of labiodentals in German and Dutch by Hamann & Sennema (2005), where we looked at the perception of the Dutch labiodental three-way contrast by German listeners without any knowledge of Dutch and German learners of Dutch. The results of this previous study suggested that the German voiced labiodental fricative /v/ is perceptually closer to the Dutch approximant // than to the corresponding Dutch voiced labiodental fricative /v… CONTINUE READING

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