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Acquisition of English laryngeal feature distribution by Norwegian learners
(Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2007-06-04)
This thesis looks at how Norwegian learners of English acquire the English laryngeal feature distribution in two types of suffixes; s-endings and the past tense. The past tense forms are distributed almost identically in both Norwegian and English, only differing after sonorants. The s-endings in Norwegian are all voiceless, whereas in English these behave in a parallel way to the past tense. A ...