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Abstract Speakers of Cochabamba Quechua (CQ) participated in two tasks involving phonotactically illegal nonce forms with pairs of identical (e.g., (p'ap'u)) and non-identical ejectives (e.g., (k'ap'u)). In a repetition task, speakers were more accurate on identical than non-identical ejective...
Abstract There is great variation in whether foreign sounds in loanwords are adapted or retained. Importantly, the retention of foreign sounds can lead to a sound change in the language. We propose that social factors influence the likelihood of loanword sound adaptation, and use this case to...
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