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Linking Versus Glottalization: (Dis)connectedness of Czech
Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech Concordia Working Papers in Applied Linguistics
Our two studies examine the ability of advanced EFL learners to link words together in continuous speech. Specifically, they ask to what extent Czech learners of English can use resyllabification or linking sounds (linking r, transient glides j/w) to connect vowel-initial words to the preceding context and to what extent they mark such words with glottalization as in their L1. Study 1 examined whether the tendency to resyllabify in the learners' native dialect, Moravian Czech, was reflected infatcat:hu73jyttyfavjabg676l7oadwq