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Chinese KFL learners` production aspects of post-lexical phonological process in Korean - Focusing on the nasalization -
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  • Journal title : Phonetics and Speech Sciences
  • Volume 8, Issue 1,  2016, pp.53-62
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Speech Sciences
  • DOI : 10.13064/KSSS.2016.8.1.053
 Title & Authors
Chinese KFL learners` production aspects of post-lexical phonological process in Korean - Focusing on the nasalization -
Yune, Youngsook;
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 Abstract
In this study, we examined whether Chinese learners of Korean can correctly produce the phonological process on the lexical and post-lexical level. For this purpose 4 Korean native speakers and 10 advanced and 10 intermediate Chinese learners of Korean participated in the production test. The materials analyzed constituted 10 Korean sentences in which nasalization can be applied on the syllable boundary, word boundary(w-boundary) as well as accentual phrase boundary(AP-boundary). The results show that for Korean speakers, nasalization was applied 100% at all level whereas for Chinese speakers, the rate of application of nasalization is different according to prosodic constituents and Korean proficiency. Nasalization was more frequently applied at the lexical level than the post-lexical level, and it is more frequent in the w-boundary conditions than in the AP-boundary conditions. However, the rate of nasalization in the w-boundary is close to the lexical level. The pronunciation errors were committed either as non application of nasalization or coda obstruent ommission. In the case of non application of nasalization, Chinese learners of Korean produced the target syllables as underling forms, which were not transformed as surface forms. In addition, we can observe the ommission of coda obstruents in `lenis obstruents+nasal sound` sequences. As a result, nasalization is blocked by this omission.
 Keywords
nasalization;lexical level;post-lexical phonological process;accentual phrase;intonational phrase;
 Language
Korean
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