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Word retrieval characteristics of Mandarin and English speakers

John James Dreher

Word retrieval characteristics of Mandarin and English speakers

by John James Dreher

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Published by Douglas Corporate Offices, Advanced Research Laboratories in Huntington Beach, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psycholinguistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby John J. Dreher [and] Pao-Chʻen Lee.
    SeriesDARL Research communication,, no. 27, Research communication (Douglas Advanced Research Laboratories) ;, 27.
    ContributionsLee, Pao-chen, 1907- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP106 .D7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 47 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5343336M
    LC Control Number72197501

    Hu ( 27) puts China English at one end of a continuum where lowly Pidgin English or Chinglish is at the other. China English is 'a language which is as good a communicative tool as standard English,' but one which has important Chinese characteristics." (Hans-Georg Wolf, Focus on English. Leipziger Universitätsverlag, )Author: Richard Nordquist. Chinese word order is closer to that of English, and other European languages to some extent, whereas Japanese word order has a closer resemblance to that of Korean, Mongolian and the Turkic languages. So for English speakers, Chinese is easier than Japanese from this aspect.

      Want to take on a new challenge in your life? These are the 6 hardest languages for English speakers to learn. Give one a try! 54 Comments to " 45 Mandarin Sentences with Chinese Characteristics " You can follow all the replies to this entry through the comments feed. One of the biggest downfalls of otherwise rather fluent non-native speakers in Chinese is to speak in an inappropriate register for the context. Alex on Mandarin-English Dialogue #10 – Medical.

    In an evaluation of Mandarin Chinese learning, a four-week, user study spanning Beijing and Shanghai compared this contextual system to a system based on word frequency. Study sessions with the contextual version lasted half as long but occurred in twice as many places as sessions with the frequency version, suggesting a complementary Cited by: arbitrary correspondence. Take Mandarin Chinese as an example, the basic unit of the writing system is a character (e.g. 书, ‘book’), and one character usually corresponds to a syllable (e.g. shu1, ‘book’). The number of possible syllables in Mandarin Chinese is limited: about 1, syllables including lexical tones (Duanmu, ).


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