日本語中級学習者の非単語反復再生能力の検討:―母語話者との比較から― [in Japanese] Nonword Repetition Ability in Intermediate-Level Learners and Native Speakers of Japanese [in Japanese]
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The ability of phonological memory was investigated by using a nonword repetition test. The nonwords were developed within the range of four- to seven- mora of Japanese, and dealing with 71 intermediate-level Japanese learners and 20 native speakers of Japanese. The result showed a significant difference between five- and six- mora in both learners and native speakers, and between six- and seven- mora in learners. Learners had more difficulty than native speakers, for repeating longer nonwords. Even in longer nonwords, accuracy of repetition is high in vowels but low in the case of consonants.
- The journal of Japanese Language Education Methods
The journal of Japanese Language Education Methods 18(1), 4-5, 2011
Japanese Language Education Methods