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Recently, English rhythmic perception and production have been recognized as essential for native-like pronunciation, but how to achieve them? The first objective of this study is to clarify if musical aptitude, in particular tonal/rhythmic perception and rhythmic short-term memory (STM), are related to receptive/productive prosodic abilities of English. The second objective is to see if musically trained children have a higher musical aptitude than non-trained children. In the study, 53 private elementary school children were given tests on rhythmic STM and productive English prosody individually. They were also given tests on receptive musical aptitude and receptive English prosody in class. The results of the multiple regression analysis showed that either musical perception or rhythmic STM significantly explained English prosodic perception/production, e.g. focus, chunking, and intonation. It was also observed that musically trained children were statistically better in tonal/rhythmic perception. Though further evidence is required, these results indicate that early musical training could help improving the prosodic ability of English.


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