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Interpreting experience enhances the use of lexical stress and syllabic structure to predict L2 word endings

Prediction underlies many life’s situations including language. Monolinguals and advanced L2 learners use prosodic cues such as stress and tone in a word’s first syllable to predict the word’s suffix. To determine whether the same findings extend to …

CONCEPTUALLY CUED PERCEPTUAL CATEGORIZATION in ADULT L2 LEARNERS

Previous studies attest that early bilinguals can modify their perceptual identification according to the fine-grained phonetic detail of the language they believe they are hearing. Following Gonzales et al. (2019), we replicate the double phonemic …

Slowly but surely : Interpreting facilitates L2 morphological anticipation based on suprasegmental and segmental information