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The Use and Perception of Weak Forms / Ivana Bašić, Marina Zubak Pivarski.

By: Bašić, Ivana.
Contributor(s): Zubak Pivarski, Marina [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticlePublisher: 2004Description: str. 225-236.ISSN: 0351-0840.Subject(s): Weak forms, use, perception, metalinguistic knowledge, connected speech, native speech, pronunciation eng In: Strani jezici : časopis za unapređenje nastave stranih jezika 33 (2004) 3-4 ; str. 225-236 Summary: This paper deals with the use of weak forms as one of the significant features of English pronunciation. Since the correct use of weak forms differentiates native from non-native speech, it is very important for students of English as a major subject at university to be able to use them when speaking English. The aim was to test the use of weak forms in the students' speech, their perception of weak forms and their metalinguistic knowledge about the phenomenon.
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This paper deals with the use of weak forms as one of the significant features of English pronunciation. Since the correct use of weak forms differentiates native from non-native speech, it is very important for students of English as a major subject at university to be able to use them when speaking English. The aim was to test the use of weak forms in the students' speech, their perception of weak forms and their metalinguistic knowledge about the phenomenon.

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