The late acquisition of a major difficulty of French inflectional orthography: The homophonic /E/ verbal endings

@article{Brissaud2011TheLA,
  title={The late acquisition of a major difficulty of French inflectional orthography: The homophonic /E/ verbal endings},
  author={Catherine Brissaud and Jean-Pierre Chevrot},
  journal={Writing Systems Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={3},
  pages={129 - 144}
}
The aim of this article is to give an overview of researches about the acquisition of /E/ verb endings in French as a first language. The spelling of this suffixal inflection is a major difficulty of French orthography, because many alternative spellings are available. For example, the single phonological form /paRlE/ can be spelled , , , , , , , , , all of which are frequently used. This spelling difficulty is sustainable and generates strategies from writers who seem to accommodate opposite… Expand
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