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dc.contributor.authorNicora, Francesca
dc.contributor.authorMcLoughlin, Laura
dc.contributor.authorGili Fivela, Barbara
dc.identifier.citationNicora, Francesca, McLoughlin, Laura, & Gili Fivela, Barbara. (2019). La resistenza dei tratti intonativi nell acquisizione dell italiano da parte di parlanti anglo celti. In Elena Nuzzo & Ineke Vedder (Eds.), Lingua in contesto: La prospettiva pragmatica, studi AItLA 9. Milano: AItLA - Associazione Italiana di Linguistica Applicata and Officinaventunoen_IE
dc.description.abstractAlthough research on intonational phonology plays a crucial role in second language acquisition, scientific contributions investigating prosodic features in a contrastive perspective are scarce. This study aims at investigating the effects of a prosodic-pragmatic training on HibernoEnglish learners of Italian. Preliminary results indicate that learners modify prosodic features of broad focus declaratives and information-seeking yes/no questions, improving both lexical stress position and intonational pattern in terms of phonological composition.en_IE
dc.publisherAssociazione Italiana di Linguistica Applicata (AItLA) and Officinaventunoen_IE
dc.relation.ispartofLingua in Contesto. La prospettiva pragmaticaen
dc.subjectsecond language acquisition,en_IE
dc.subjectintonational phonologyen_IE
dc.subjectprosodic-pragmatic trainingen_IE
dc.subjectHiberno English learnersen_IE
dc.subjectLanguage acquisitionen_IE
dc.titleLa resistenza dei tratti intonativi nell acquisizione dell italiano da parte di parlanti anglo celtien_IE
dc.typeBook chapteren_IE
dc.description.peer-reviewedPeer reviewed
dc.local.contactFrancesca Nicora. Email:

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