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《Overseas English》 2018-13
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Negative Transfer of Guanzhong Plain's Dialect on the Acquisition of English Sound

WANG Li;Xi'an Automotive Technology Vocational College;  
Pronunciation learning is the key factor in second language acquisition,which is also the soul of the language.Thereforeit is very vital for beginners to learn the right sounds.However,In the second language acquisition,the sounds of learners’first lan-guage unavoidably have some positive and negative transfer on the target language acquisition.To the Chinese learners,as Chineselanguage belongs to Sino-Tibetan system while English belongs to Germanic language system,the negative transfer is much moreobvious.Guanzhong plain lies in the central of Shaanxi province of China.The dialect here belongs to one of the sub-branches ofNorthern Mandrarin Dialect.Which shares little similarities with English in phonetics.The paper bases on the research of 25 stu-dents whose first language are Guanzhong Plain’s dialect to compare the phonemes of two languages in general and to further ana-lyze the negative transfer of Guanzhong Plain’s dialect to English Phonetic and give the related solutions.
【CateGory Index】: H319.3
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