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Pre-Fortis Shortening in Czech English: A Production and Reaction-Time Study
Research in Language
This study focuses on the production and perception of English words with a fortis vs. lenis obstruent in the syllable coda. The contrast is mostly cued by the duration of the preceding vowel, which is shorter before fortis than before lenis sounds in native speech. In the first experiment we analyzed the production of 10 Czech speakers of English and compared them to two native controls. The results showed that the Czech speakers did not sufficiently exploit duration to cue the identity of thedoi:10.1515/rela-2016-0005 fatcat:cmonkwqjxfgphfqj3vdfheq5tq