By Anu Klippi, Kaisa Launonen
This booklet hyperlinks theoretical techniques of logopedics to medical practices of speech and language remedy in Finland and in Finnish language. It offers the readers with fascinating examples of and insights into the verbal exchange demanding situations in a language that differs considerably from these utilized in the vast majority of released stories within the box of language and verbal exchange problems
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It is also essential to note that different languages have different acquisition paths, that is, even a deviant feature in one language may be part of a normal process in an another language. This chapter is an attempt to draw together the information we have on Finnish children’s phonological development from phoneme inventories and phonotactics, to the acquisition of word length. indd 35 2/27/2008 4:55:09 PM 36 Part 2: Characteristics of Finnish and the Study of Child Speech description of Finnish studies on children’s phonological acquisition.
The following results further illustrate the general level of the production of word-medial consonant sequences at the age of 2;6 in Finnish. In a naming task data at age 2;6, the word-medial consonant sequence /ks/ in the target word /sakset/ sakset ‘scissors’ was assimilated in 35% of the subjects (n ϭ 86), resulting in productions such as [tak:et]. However, 9% of the children produced an inaccurate consonant sequence, for example, [satset], and as many as 56% produced a target-like sequence.
Ri] 3;6 Thus, when exploring phonological acquisition, the interplay of phonemes, phonotactics and syllables should be taken into account. It is also essential to note that different languages have different acquisition paths, that is, even a deviant feature in one language may be part of a normal process in an another language. This chapter is an attempt to draw together the information we have on Finnish children’s phonological development from phoneme inventories and phonotactics, to the acquisition of word length.