ATQ6.pdf - 1 When you first learn a second language it may...

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1. When you first learn a second language, it may seem that people are talking faster in that language than in your native tongue because while learning a language, we are still adapting to the style/way another speaks. There are many factors that are involved with this such as phonemes, morphemes, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. A lot of our understanding of the meaning of a sentence said is the way it is said and the contexts of the words used. 2. Newborns are able to distinguish the relation between a sound that they hear the position of their articulators that would be needed to make that sound. It’s related to cross-modal perception because the baby is interacting between two or more different sensory modalities. 3. An example of how the “fis” phenomenon shows better perception than production in early speech is because when a child says “fis” for fish and someone points to the fish and says

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