Speech technologies for pronunciation feedback and evaluation

@inproceedings{Hincks2003SpeechTF,
  title={Speech technologies for pronunciation feedback and evaluation},
  author={Rebecca Hincks},
  year={2003}
}
Educators and researchers in the acquisition of L2 phonology have called for empirical assessment of the progress students make after using new methods for learning (Chun, 1998, Morley, 1991). The present study investigated whether unlimited access to a speech-recognition-based language-learning program would improve the general standard of pronunciation of a group of middle-aged immigrant professionals studying English in Sweden. Eleven students were given a copy of the program Talk to Me from… CONTINUE READING

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