Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 16 avhandlingar innehållade ordet liaison.
1. Le développement d'aspects phonético-phonologiques du français chez des enfants bilingues simultanés et successifs : Le VOT et la liaison dans une étude de cas multiples
Sammanfattning : This dissertation describes the development of Voice Onset Time (VOT) and liaison in child second language (cL2) French (L1: Swedish) as compared to simultaneous Swedish-French bilinguals (2L1) and monolingual (1L1) French children. VOT is studied in both languages but liaison only exists in French. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Swedish learners of French often experience large difficulties in understanding spoken French. Words that the learners know very well when written or when pronounced separately are often hard to recognize in the speech flow. The aim of this study is to examine Swedish learners’ perception of French speech in order to identify the problems. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Objective: In an ageing population, osteoporotic fractures become more common and cause increased morbidity, mortality and societal cost. This thesis aimed to determine the potential role of fracture liaison services (FLS) and alendronate treatment on fracture risk in those with a recent fracture, in the elderly and in those treated with oral prednisolone. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : In Swedish, as in other North Germanic languages, compounds are very common and a majority of the novel words in Swedish are compounds. This thesis aims at a presentation of compounding in Swedish and the problems involved in describing compounding, but mainly at an empirically founded description of children's creation and use of novel compounds and developing comprehension of compounds, especially nominal compounds. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The term mast cell activation disorders (MCAD) comprises a broad spectrum of heterogeneous conditions, such as mastocytosis, characterized by inappropriate mast cell activation/accumulation. The patients present with protean clinical manifestations and severity grade of symptoms may vary from case-to-case. LÄS MER