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    • Enchaînement, liaison, accentuation chez les apprenants norvégophones 

      Andreassen, Helene N.; Lyche, Chantal (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Given that their L1, Norwegian, and their L2, English, are lexical stress languages, Norwegian speakers will equally tend to stress lexical words during the course of acquisition of L3 French, insuring the prosodic autonomy of each word. In the present paper, we show that this strategy slows down the acquisition of two external sandhi phenomena in French, i.e. liaison and final consonant linking. ...
    • The French foot revisited 

      Andreassen, Helene N.; Eychenne, Julien (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      This article aims to re-evaluate the relevance of the foot in French. After a critical review of the literature on the subject, with reference to both adult and child language, we argue that the prosodic structure of French is best understood within a grid-only framework. The model is couched in Stratal Optimality Theory and illustrated with naturalistic data drawn from southern French and Swiss ...