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Pronunciation Errors and Repair Strategies made by Northern Upper Egypt EFL Learners: A Case Study of the Production of English Sound Segments by First Year English Department Students in Beni-Suef University
مجلة کلية الآداب . جامعة بني سويف
The objective of the present study is to investigate the errors made in the field of pronunciation. It explores Egyptian EFL learners' production of 37 English monophthongs including 25 consonant sounds and 12 pure vowel sounds. So, it is related to the segmental level. English diphthongs and consonant clusters are excluded from the study. It also focuses on the repair strategies employed by students to avoid the use of the target language sounds. The participants are ten first year students indoi:10.21608/jfabsu.2020.154604 fatcat:cf2imu7pgvcxld53kslwwxukb4