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This article reports on Thai and Japanese university students' perceptions of intelligibility. This study found few students think variability is avoidable when using English. Instead, a majority of the students thought differences in pronunciation, intonation, and accents exist. More Thai than Japanese students tended to agree or strongly agree, and how the students viewed and deal with the variety was significantly different. The article discusses reasons for the students' beliefs before concluding with classroom implications.
Journal Title
Studies in language and culture : memoirs of the Faculty of Law and Literature
Volume
37
Start Page
95
End Page
111
ISSN
13423533
Published Date
2014-10-30
NCID
AA11147571
Publisher
島根大学法文学部
NII Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Format
PDF
Text Version
出版社版
Gyoseki ID
e24262
OAI-PMH Set
Faculty of Law and Literature
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