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Author: Roy C. Major
ISBN: 0805838139
Language: English
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Words Language & Grammar
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (March 1, 2001)
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Roy C. Major is Professor of English at Arizona State University. who are looking for an overview of a complex area of L2 acquisition, along with an explanatory mechanism and theory of the same, will need look no further.

The Ontogeny Model (OM) (1987a) and the Ontogeny Phylogeny Model (OPM) (Major 2001) also consider transfer as a major factor in L2 phonology acquisition

The Ontogeny Model (OM) (1987a) and the Ontogeny Phylogeny Model (OPM) (Major 2001) also consider transfer as a major factor in L2 phonology acquisition. The OM posits that transfer is initially the major inuence in L2 phonology, but that this effect decreases over time as developmental processes in-crease.

Even though second-language learners may master the grammar and vocabulary of the new languages, they almost never achieve a native phonology (accent). Scholars and professionals dealing with second-language learners would agree that this is one of the most persistent challenges they face. Now, for the first time, Roy Major's Foreign Accent covers the exploding scholarship in this area and lays out the issues specifically for audiences in the second language acquisition and applied linguistics community.