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It’s amazing that we can decode the strange noises that we make which in our heads we call speech. Firstly, different languages take on different features to represent the sounds – they don’t lock into the same feature. I have already mentioned that some think the Japanese hear different sounds in listening to /r/ or /l/ than the English and is probably the reason why they find it so hard to differentiate them. Assimilation Where did the /d/ go? June 4, 2015. May 18, 2015. To be able to speak, listen and...

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    It’s amazing that we can decode the strange noises that we make which in our heads we call speech. Firstly, different languages take on different features to represent the sounds – they don’t lock into the same feature. I have already mentioned that some think the Japanese hear different sounds in listening to /r/ or /l/ than the English and is probably the reason why they find it so hard to differentiate them. Assimilation Where did the /d/ go? June 4, 2015. May 18, 2015. To be able to speak, listen and...

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