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Does Training Make French Speakers More Able to Identify Lexical Stress?
Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech Concordia Working Papers in Applied Linguistics
The aim of this research is to determine whether a prosodic training could improve the ability of French-speaking listeners to identify the stressed syllable in Spanish words. For this, native speakers of French and native speakers of Spanish performed a pre-test and a post-test, involving a stress identification task. Between both tests, some of the French speakers participated in a training session, in which they were trained to perceive Spanish accentual contrasts, while the others receivedfatcat:uuepn7uuhzaxxipk6hppriykfe