Phonological Development of Monolingual Haitian Creole–Speaking Preschool Children
This study provides preliminary data on the phonological development of Haitian Creole–Speaking children. The purpose of this study is to determine phonological acquisition in the speech of normally… Expand
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Review of From French to Creole: The development of new vernaculars in the French colonial world
- History, Sociology
Transcription of Spanish and Spanish-Influenced English
In the United States alone, almost 9% of the population-22 million individuals-speaks Spanish (Grimes, 1996). The population of Hispanics/Latinos is predicted to increase to 51 million individuals by… Expand
What is Haitian Creole? http://www.ahadonline.org/eLibrary
The Acoustics of Speech Communication
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- Arends, J., Muysken, P., and Smith, N. (eds). Pidgins and Creoles: An Introduction. Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins Publishers.
Language Acquisition in Bilingual Children
Becoming bilingual, whether in infancy or in later childhood, is a formidable task for children. Like monolingual first-language development, the acquisition of two languages essentially evolves out… Expand
Control Methods Used in a Study of the Vowels
- Computer Science
Control methods used in the evaluation of effects of language and dialectal backgrounds and vocal and auditory characteristics of the individuals concerned in a vowel study program at Bell Telephone Laboratories are discussed. Expand