Fluency in Native and Nonnative English Speech

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Sandra Götz | Justus Liebig University, Giessen
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This book takes a new and holistic approach to fluency in English speech and differentiates between productive, perceptive, and nonverbal fluency. The in-depth corpus-based description of productive fluency points out major differences of how fluency is established in native and nonnative speech. It also reveals areas in which even highly advanced learners of English still deviate strongly from the native target norm and in which they have already approximated to it. Based on these findings, selected learners are subjected to native speakers' ratings of seven perceptive fluency variables in order to test which variables are most responsible for a perception of oral proficiency on the sides of the listeners. Finally, language-pedagogical implications derived from these findings for the improvement of fluency in learner language are presented. This book is conceptually and methodologically relevant for corpus-linguistics, learner corpus research and foreign language teaching and learning.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 53] 2013.  xxiii, 238 pp.
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“Relying on a thorough investigation of native and learner corpus data Sandra Götz manages to give flesh and bones to the highly elusive notion of fluency in speech. The book successfully brings out the complex interplay of factors that underlie fluent and dysfluent speech. It is an essential reading for anyone interested in speech in a theoretical or applied perspective.”
“This thoroughly researched study provides highly interesting insights into native and non-native fluency covering a wide range of aspects including corpus-based and experimental perception-oriented approaches.”
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