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Université de Neuchâtel

La liaison chez les apprenants hispanophones avancés de FLE

Racine, Isabelle

In: Bulletin VALS-ASLA, 2015, vol. 102, p. 147-167

I In this paper, we examine the role played by the task in the realisation of L2 liaison in French. Whereas in L1 liaison acquisition orthography is not directly involved, it seems to play a role in L2 liaison learning. Therefore, a reading task and a task eliciting spontaneous speech should lead to different results in terms of liaison production. More liaisons realized with a non-targetlike...

Université de Neuchâtel

La liaison chez les apprenants japonophones avancés de FLE: étude sur corpus de parole lue et influence de l'expérience linguistique

Detey, Sylvain ; Kawaguchi, Yuki ; Kondo, Nori

In: Bulletin VALS-ASLA, 2015, vol. 102, p. 123-145

In this article, we examine the issue of L3 French liaison acquisition by learners whose L1 (Japanese) and writing system (mixed logographic-moraic) are typologically very distinct from French. First, we describe the educational and (psycho)linguistic characteristics of the acquisition context of French in Japan, without a knowledge of which global data analyses may prove to be interpretatively...

Université de Neuchâtel

Enchaînement, liaison, accentuation chez les apprenants norvégophones

Andreassen, Helene N. ; Lyche, Chantal

In: Bulletin VALS-ASLA, 2015, vol. 102, p. 105-121

Given that their L1, Norwegian, and their L2, English, are lexical stress languages, Norwegian speakers will equally tend to stress lexical words during the course of acquisition of L3 French, insuring the prosodic autonomy of each word. In the present paper, we show that this strategy slows down the acquisition of two external sandhi phenomena in French, i.e. liaison and final consonant linking....

Université de Neuchâtel

Analyse de la liaison dans le discours non spontané des apprenants hellénophones chypriotes de niveau intermédiaire/avancé

Valetopoulos, Freiderikos

In: Bulletin VALS-ASLA, 2015, vol. 102, p. 87-104

The aim of this paper is to analyse the liaison phenomenon in a no-spontaneous task. The target audience is Greek-Cypriot learners in the French studies program of the University of Cyprus. Two different groups, 7 in 1st year of studies and 17 in 4th year of studies, have been recorded reading the same text. Our study is based on two hypotheses: 1. all students...

Université de Neuchâtel

Antennal expression pattern of two olfactory receptors and an odorant binding protein implicated in host odor detection by the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae

Schymura, Danuta ; Forstner, Maike ; Schultze, Anna ; Kröber, Thomas ; Swevers, Luc ; Iatrou, Kostas ; Krieger, Jürgen

In: International Journal of Biological Sciences, 2010, vol. 6, no. 7, p. 614-626

Odor-detection in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae involves large families of diverse proteins, including multiple odorant binding proteins (AgOBPs) and olfactory receptors (AgORs). The receptors AgOR1 and AgOR2, as well as the binding protein AgOBP1, have been implicated in the recognition of human host odors. In this study, we have explored the expression of these olfactory...

Université de Neuchâtel

Rb-stabilized laser at 1572 nm for CO2 monitoring

Matthey, Renaud ; Moreno, William ; Gruet, Florian ; Brochard, Pierre ; Schilt, Stéphane ; Mileti, Gaetano

In: Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2016, vol. 723, no. 1, p. 012034

We have developed a compact rubidium-stabilized laser system to serve as optical frequency reference in the 1.55-μm wavelength region, in particular for CO2 monitoring at 1572 nm. The light of a fiber-pigtailed distributed feedback (DFB) laser emitting at 1560 nm is frequency-doubled and locked to a sub-Doppler rubidium transition at 780 nm using a 2-cm long vapor glass cell. Part of...