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ISBN-10: 0878400990

ISBN-13: 9780878400997

The scholar-editors and 8 finished colleagues jointly supply perspectives of phonological study on American Spanish.

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New York: Academic Press. Kahn, D. 1979. Syllable-based Generalizations in English Phonology. D. ) New York: Garland Press. Leben, W. 1979. Suprasegmental Phonology. D. ) New York: Garland Press. López Morales, H. 1971a. Neutralizaciones fonológicas en el consonantismo final del español de Cuba. In: Estudios sobre el español de Cuba. New York: Las Américas. 128-35. López Morales, H. 1971b. ¿Es posible una dialectología transformativa? In: Actas del III Congreso de la Asociación de Lingüística y Filología de la América Latina.

Hammond's chapter 6 is, simultaneously, both a valuable review of the literature on generative approaches to American dialects and a crucial illustration of inherent shortcomings in standard generative segmental analyses of such characteristic processes as Spanish compensatory vowel lengthening. Finally, three concluding chapters explore both general (methodological) and specific (practical) applications for the classroom language teacher. Terrell (chapter 10) surveys current approaches alongside earlier groundbreaking work in the field of language pedagogy and summarizes advantages of a communicative approach to learner-focused classroom language teaching.

D. dissertation, 1985); 'Interference and markedness as causative factors in foreign accent' (Studies in Caribbean Spanish Dialectology); 'Fossilization and an emerging social dialect' (1988); and various journal articles on the teaching of English as a second language. Rafael Núñez Cedeño. Associate professor of Spanish and Spanish linguistics at the University of Illinois, Chicago and author of La fonología moderna y el español de Santo Domingo (1980), as well as of numerous articles on Caribbean dialectology and phonology of American Spanish.

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