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The universal speech constraints to which all speaker–hearers are subject are addressed by Natural Phonology (NP), which sees the phonology of any language as ‘the residue of a universal set of processes reflecting all the language-innocent phonetic limitations of the infant’ (Donegan & Stampe, 1979: 127; Dressler, 1984). According to NP, in the acquisition of a primary language these processes are variously applied, some remaining operative while others are suppressed or remain only latent. In the acquisition of any subsequent language the learner must identify a new set of constraints upon the universal processes, and assign to certain of those processes correspondingly different roles in the L2 than in L1.
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