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Name Ken'ichi Ohyama
Belonging department Global Communication Course,Department of Human Culture,Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Occupation name Lecturer
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Title

Aspiration Juncture Effects between Three Perception Cues

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Summary

This paper proposes aspiration as a secondary cue in case of what kind of phonetic phenomena Japanese learners tend to utilize in perceiving aspiration English sounds relative to pitch, vowel length and pause in terms of juncture. Aspiration can function as a secondary cue together with another phenomenon, even if aspiration itself can not.

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Date of Issue

201601