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Accounts of the ways in which learners commonly assimilate words in L2 to the syllable structure of L1 follow, according to Archibald (1998), two major approaches: the structural, as illustrated by Broselow (1988), and the typological, as in the work of Eckman (1991). Broselow and Finer (1991) have argued that the way learners deal with syllables in the L2 can be understood in relation to Minimal Sonority Distances (Selkirk, 1984), while Eckman and Iverson (1994) argue that the same data can be explained in terms of typological markedness and the Sonority Dispersion Principle (Clements, 1990).
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