ArticleCarlisle, Robert S.A study investigated whether markedness relationships within a target language influence the degree of difficulty in acquisition. The Intralingual Markedness Hypothesis was developed, stating that if structures in the target language differ from thos . . .
ArticleCarlisle, Robert S.Analysis of Crowfoot's speech.
ArticleCarlisle, Robert S.The purpose of this paper is to review research in L2 acquisition that has examined the influence of syllable structure universals on the structuring of interlanguage phonology, research that essentially began in the early 1980's. Not all of the resea . . .