On the Correction of Foreign Brogue Breath Stream Control During Transitions in French Research Article
Research Article  |   September 01, 1937
On the Correction of Foreign Brogue
 
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • James L. Barker
    University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • This article is by way of reply to Professor C. E. Parmenter and Dr. S. N. Treviño who begin an article in the June number, 1936, of the PMLA thus:
    This article is by way of reply to Professor C. E. Parmenter and Dr. S. N. Treviño who begin an article in the June number, 1936, of the PMLA thus:×
    “It has been stated repeatedly by Professor James L. Barker of the University of Utah that in French the breath stream is interrupted in certain cases after the production of a sound and that the position for the following sound is taken in silence during the interruption. The cases mentioned specifically in which such interruptions occur are the transitions from consonant to vowel, from vowel to consonant, and from consonant to consonant.”
    “It has been stated repeatedly by Professor James L. Barker of the University of Utah that in French the breath stream is interrupted in certain cases after the production of a sound and that the position for the following sound is taken in silence during the interruption. The cases mentioned specifically in which such interruptions occur are the transitions from consonant to vowel, from vowel to consonant, and from consonant to consonant.”×
    And they conclude the article as follows:
    And they conclude the article as follows:×
    “The evidence presented in this paper leads to the conclusion that there is no interruption of the breath stream in passing from consonant to vowel, from vowel to consonant and from consonant to consonant within the phonic group in French.”
    “The evidence presented in this paper leads to the conclusion that there is no interruption of the breath stream in passing from consonant to vowel, from vowel to consonant and from consonant to consonant within the phonic group in French.”×
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Research Articles
Research Article   |   September 01, 1937
On the Correction of Foreign Brogue
Journal of Speech Disorders, September 1937, Vol. 2, 163-183. doi:10.1044/jshd.0203.163
 
Journal of Speech Disorders, September 1937, Vol. 2, 163-183. doi:10.1044/jshd.0203.163
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