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==Definition==
 
A '''speech error''' is a non-canonical aspect of an [[utterance]] that was not intended by the [[speaker]].
 
A '''speech error''' is a non-canonical aspect of an [[utterance]] that was not intended by the [[speaker]].
  
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: (Examples are taken from Fromkin 1973)
  
=== Links ===
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[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Speech+error&lemmacode=1303 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
 
[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Speech+error&lemmacode=1303 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
  
===Synonyms===
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==Synonyms==
 
*[[slip of the tongue]]
 
*[[slip of the tongue]]
  
===Related terms===
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==Related terms==
 
*[[slip of the ear]]
 
*[[slip of the ear]]
 
*[[slip of the pen]]
 
*[[slip of the pen]]
 
*[[slip of the hand]]
 
*[[slip of the hand]]
  
===References===
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==References==
 
* [[Victoria A. Fromkin|Fromkin, Victoria A.]] (ed.) 1973. ''Speech errors as linguistic evidence.'' The Hangue: Mouton.
 
* [[Victoria A. Fromkin|Fromkin, Victoria A.]] (ed.) 1973. ''Speech errors as linguistic evidence.'' The Hangue: Mouton.
 
* Fromkin, Victoria A. 1973. 'Slips of the tongue', Scientific American 229, 1973, 114.
 
* Fromkin, Victoria A. 1973. 'Slips of the tongue', Scientific American 229, 1973, 114.
 
* Fromkin, Victoria A. (ed.) 1980. ''Errors in linguistic performance: Slips of the tongue, ear, pend and hand.'' New York: Academic Press.
 
* Fromkin, Victoria A. (ed.) 1980. ''Errors in linguistic performance: Slips of the tongue, ear, pend and hand.'' New York: Academic Press.
  
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==Other languages==
 
German [[Versprecher]]/[[Sprechfehler]]
 
German [[Versprecher]]/[[Sprechfehler]]
  
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[[Category:Phonetics]]
 
[[Category:Phonetics]]
 
[[Category:Speech error]]
 
[[Category:Speech error]]
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Latest revision as of 15:05, 9 November 2014

Definition

A speech error is a non-canonical aspect of an utterance that was not intended by the speaker.

Mispronunciations or speech errors can be divided into different types.

  1. anticipations: 'a leading list' (for 'a reading list')
  2. perseverations: 'at the beginning of the burn' (for 'at the beginning of the turn')
  3. reversals or spoonerisms: 'heft lemisphere' (for 'left hemisphere')
(Examples are taken from Fromkin 1973)

Links

Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics

Synonyms

Related terms

References

  • Fromkin, Victoria A. (ed.) 1973. Speech errors as linguistic evidence. The Hangue: Mouton.
  • Fromkin, Victoria A. 1973. 'Slips of the tongue', Scientific American 229, 1973, 114.
  • Fromkin, Victoria A. (ed.) 1980. Errors in linguistic performance: Slips of the tongue, ear, pend and hand. New York: Academic Press.

Other languages

German Versprecher/Sprechfehler

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