Volume XXIII-1 / June 2018 Speaking: from perception to production
Regardless of learning conditions (children/adults; native/non-native speaker; monolingual or bilingual context; disability, etc.)
- How is the sound structure (sounds, prosody, rhythm, intonation) of one or several languages learnt?
- What are the conditions for and/or obstacles to satisfactory pronunciation?
- In this process, what can the role of the writing/spelling of a language be?
- What are the interfaces between sound structure and other linguistic levels such as semantics, syntax, pragmatics?
The content of this issue will answer these questions without excluding any theory or methodology.