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Abdul Rosyid The purpose of this research is to investigate some factors hindering Sundanesse in learning English pronunciation. This research attempts to answer the following research questions: What are the factors affecting Sundanesse in learning English pronunciation? The participants of this study are 30 students who are still in the second semester in English Education Study Program, Pakuan University. The data were collected through documentation in a form of audio recording, and in-depth interview with six representative participants. The major findings of this study are: There are three major factors affecting Sundanesse in learning English pronunciation, among others are; Mother tongue influence, Age and Target language exposure (2) The difficulties faced by Sundanesse in learning English pronunciation are mostly in terms of segmental features; such as vowels, consonants and diphthong, and suprasegmental features like intonation, stress and linking sound.

Keywords: Sundanesse, Case Study, Factors in learning pronunciation

Tahun : 2016 Media Publikasi : jurnal nasional blm akreditasi
Kategori : Jurnal No/Vol/Tahun : 2 / 8 / 2016
ISSN/ISBN : 24602175
PTN/S : Universitas Pakuan Program Studi : PENDIDIKAN GURU SEKOLAH DASAR
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