Chapter 5. In the beginning was the word: Vocabulary learning in six mission languages

@inproceedings{Hansen2012Chapter5I,
  title={Chapter 5. In the beginning was the word: Vocabulary learning in six mission languages},
  author={Lynne Hansen and Ka-ki Fiona Lam and Livia Orikasa Nufer and Paul S. Rama and Geraldine Schwaller and Ronald M. Miller},
  year={2012}
}
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Acquisition of L2 Phonology: An Acoustic Analysis of the Centralization of L2 Spanish /a/ in Adult L1 English-Speaking Learners

The results indicate that those who lived in a Spanish-speaking country for an extensive period of time demonstrated a significant difference between their production of the Spanish stressed /á/ and the unstressed /a/ in the oral interview and short story tasks, but did not show asignificant difference in the more formal word list task.

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  • Studies in Second Language Acquisition
  • 2012

Second Language Research Forum Colloquia 2009

Presented at the Second Language Research Forum, Michigan State University, USA; 30 October 2009 Recent years have brought increasing attention to studies of language acquisition in a country where