The Acquisition of L2 Mandarin Prosody

From experimental studies to pedagogical practice

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This book examines the acquisition of L2 Mandarin prosody, a less explored area in SLA. While acknowledging that tone acquisition is one of the most important aspects in acquiring L2 Mandarin phonology, the book demonstrates that phrase- and utterance-level prosody is equally important. Specifically, this book discusses the acquisition of Mandarin lexical tones and utterance-level prosody, the interaction of tones and intonation, the acquisition of Tone 3 sandhis, the temporal differences between L1 and L2 Mandarin discourse, and the relationship between intelligibility, comprehensibility and foreign accent perception in L2 Chinese. In addition, a whole chapter is exclusively devoted to the pedagogy of L2 Mandarin prosody. Studies in this book further our understanding of speech prosody in L1 and L2 and showcase the interesting interaction of phonetics, phonology, and pedagogy in SLA. This book will be of great interest to SLA researchers and graduate students, applied linguists, Chinese linguists, and Chinese practitioners.
[Bilingual Processing and Acquisition, 1]  2016.  xviii, 175 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
xi–xii
List of Figures
xiii–xvi
List of Tables
xvii–xviii
Chapter 1. Introduction
1–10
Chapter 2. Prosody of Mandarin Chinese and English
11–24
Chapter 3. L2 acquisition of Mandarin tones
25–44
Chapter 4. Acquisition of utterance-level prosody in L2 Mandarin Chinese
45–62
Chapter 5. Perception of Mandarin tones and intonation by American L2 learners
63–90
Chapter 6. Acquisition of Mandarin Tone 3 sandhi: Interaction of phonology, phonetics, and pedagogy
91–112
Chapter 7. Temporal cues of discourse boundaries in L1/L2 Mandarin speech
113–126
Chapter 8. Intelligibility, comprehensibility, and foreign accent in L2 Mandarin Chinese
127–140
Chapter 9. From research to practice: Training of L2 Mandarin prosody
141–152
Chapter 10. Conclusion
153–158
References
159–172
Index
173–176
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