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Madison Williams ATQ6 Dr. Cooper 11.19.17 1. While learning a second language, people seem to talk faster in the other language because there isn’t a clear start and stop to each word. When learning a new language, you learn individual works therefore are listening for these exact words. The segmentation problem is when people do not pause after each word and instead blend their words together. In doing this, the learning student will struggle to clearly identify the start and stop to words. This ultimately makes the native speaker seem to talk much more quickly. 2. The infant watches the adult say /a/ and /m/ while seeing the adult’s lips and mouth position change with the change in sound. The infant displays cross-modal perception by watching the adult perform these facial movements while hearing the sound and then imitates the same mouth position to attempt in making the same sound. 3. The “fis” phenomenon is when a child is able to recognize the word being spoken but isn’t able to fully articulate the word back to the adult. For example, the adult says the word fish

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