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. “The bilingual child: born or made” In this Webinar, aimed at parents, teachers, and investigators, Prof. Perez-Leroux talks about important issues about bilingual children. This talk discusses the myths and realities of child bilingualism, the advantages and challenges of raising a child bilingually in the Canadian context, the characteristics...
Tanja Kupisch . Friday, February 26, 2021 2:00 pm to 3:30 pmOnline, via ZoomTo register: https://www.spanport.utoronto.ca/events/kupisch . .
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Folleto de promoción del bilingüismo en la infancia desarrollado por el Dpto. de Español y Portugués de la Universidad de Toronto en colaboración con la organización comunitaria Latin@s en Toronto Si te interesa ver el folleto en mayor resolución, puedes hacer click en la imagen. .
. Web Program hosted by Fuerza Latina, celebrating the Hispanic-Latin American Heritage Month, featuring as guests Students from OLAS, Professor Laura Colantoni and Professor Ana Perez-Leroux from the University of Toronto, and talented singer/songwriter Ana Lia. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CK0_Z3_J3oY&feature=emb_err_woyt
Abstract Does bilingual language influence in the domain of phonetics impact the morphosyntactic domain? Spanish gender is encoded by word-final, unstressed vowels (/a e o/), which may diphthongize in word-boundary vowel sequences. English neutralizes unstressed final vowels and separates across-word vocalic sequences. The realization of gender vowels as schwa, due...
Paper presented at the 50th Linguistic Symposium on the Romance Languages, University of Texas, Austin (held virtually). http://sites.utexas.edu/lsrl50/ Spanish gender is encoded by three vowels (/a e o/) which appear in unstressed final position.This is the same position in which vocalic contrasts are neutralized in English. Word final vowels are...