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Speech automaticity is gained after a lot of practice in speaking a particular language. For bilingual children, then, any assessment of the nature of their speech production in terms of fluency must take into account how long and how much they have been speaking a particular language. ESLA children who have started to hear their L2 at age 4, say, may have only started to produce spontaneous, non-imitative speech in L2 at the age of 4 years and 8 months. If such a child is assessed at age 5, and found to speak very hesitatingly, a conclusion that the child is suffering from a fluency disorder would be premature.
It will show how simultaneous and sequential bilingual children and adults produce the sound system of their two languages, and will focus on the similarities and differences of their productions with those of monolingual children. It will try to give an insight into the various steps bilingual children go through before developing the sound system of their languages from the preverbal stage towards actual acquisition of segments and prosody. ) sound systems as it is with one. The rate and path of sound acquisition in bilingual children appears to broadly follow that of monolingual acquisition.
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