Articulatory Difficulties in the Acquisition of Spanish /r/ in a Bilingual Context

Manuela González-Bueno
University of Kansas
mgbueno@ku.edu

4th International Symposium on Bilingualism

Results

One Year Articulatory Evolution

Segment 4;0
4;5 4;9
4;10 5;00
[l-] “lata”
[l-] “lata”

[l-] “lata”
[l-] “lata” [l-] “lata”
 
[-l-] “bola” [-l-] “bola”
[-r-] “bora”
[-l-] “bola”
[-r-] “bora”
[-l-] “bola” [-l-] “bola”  
[rr-] “rana” [l-] “lana”
[l-] “lana”
[gr-] “grana”
[gr-] “grana” [gr-] “grana” [rr-] “rana”
[-rr-] “perro” [-l-] “pelo”
[-l-] “pelo”
[-r-] “pero”
[-l-] “pelo”
[-r-] “pero” [-rr-] “perro”
[-r-] “pera”
[-l-] “pela”
[-l-] “pela”
[-r-] “pera” [-r-] “pera”
[-r-] “pera”
        Spontaneous speech

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