Volume 27, Issue 2
  • ISSN 0213-2028
  • E-ISSN: 2254-6774
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This article is aimed to present a proposal for the categorization of phonic errors, which has been developed within the project AACFELE, with the objective of studying the Phonics component in depth. Throughout these pages we intend to display both the theoretical framework in which the proposal has been formulated and the criteria which have been followed. We will describe the different sections and subsections of the classification and illustrate each one of them with examples of phonic mistakes made by native speakers of eleven distinct languages. Our main goal is to provide a tool for analysis that makes it possible to describe, categorize and tag, uniformly, any type of phonic error in such a way that the outcomes obtained with prospective studies, apart from being comparable, will contribute to valid hypothesis formulation. We hope that it will promote further studies in order to embrace both error analysis and interlanguage from a multidimensional perspective.


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