Desenvolvimento da duração das vogais altas anteriores arredondadas [yː]-[ʏ] do Alemão Padrão (AP) por um falante nativo brasileiro em contexto de instrução fonética

Mágat Nágelo Junges, Ubiratã Kickhöfel Alves

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Neste artigo, investigamos o processo de desenvolvimento referente à duração das vogais longa [yː] e breve [ʏ] do Alemão Padrão, por um falante nativo brasileiro, adulto-jovem, do AP como L3, e inglês como L2. Para isso, analisamos os dados das durações absoluta e relativa de ambas as vogais em seis coletas, a fim de detectar se (ou como) essas vogais se modificaram acusticamente ao longo das sessões avaliadas. Como resultados, verificamos uma desestabilização do sistema linguístico do aprendiz, expressa sobretudo por uma maior variabilidade, que pode ser considerada o primeiro passo para mudanças desenvolvimentais no sistema linguístico do falante.


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