Automatic Speech Recognition for Second Language Learning: How and Why It Actually Works


In this paper, we examine various studies and reviews on the usability of Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) technology as a tool to train pronunciation in the second language (L2). We show that part of the criticism that has been addressed to this technology is not warranted, being rather the result of limited familiarity with ASR technology and with… (More)


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