2 edition of Prosodic structures in French and Mandarin. found in the catalog.
Prosodic structures in French and Mandarin.
Ivan Wan-Man Chow
Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Toronto, 2003.
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Zienkowski, J. Bilingual acquisition. Cognitive aspects[ edit ] Intonation is said to have a number of perceptually significant functions in English and other languages, contributing to the recognition and comprehension of speech. Topics in Turkish phonology.
Several arguments are presented in support of this position, such as the fact that, in French, the domain of obligatory prominence is the Phonological Phrase PPhnot the Prosodic Word PWd ; in a PPh consisting of several PWds, therefore, nonfinal PWds can surface without any kind of stress or prominence, suggesting that, at least for non-final PWds, one cannot assume stress or foot structure. Avanzi, M. This relationship, called the modality, can be a priori classified according to various grids and classes, from the simplest involving declaration and interrogation, to more complex ones involving subtle degrees of social relationship, of speech act context, etc. Pergignan: University of Perpignan. The uniqueness of metrical structure: Rhythmic phonotactics in Huariapano.
Language Sciences — A well-known example is the ambiguous sentence "I never said she stole my money", where there are seven meaning changes depending on which of the seven words is vocally highlighted. Language differentiation in early bilingual development. Bisetto eds. Paris: Librairie Delagrave. Specifically, irregular forms in English can be represented as internal clitics, as in Mandarin, whereas regular forms need to be represented as affixal clitics.
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Benzitoun C. Hsieh, H. Beckman, M. Traitement Automatique des Langues 13— Beyssade, Cl. The following figure shows the result of acoustical analysis of a speech example, displayed with time on the horizontal and frequency on the vertical axis.
Niepokuj et al. The foot. Stress systems. Aijmer, K. On the acquisition of prosodic structure. Barth-Weingarten, D. A well-known example is the ambiguous sentence "I never said she stole my money", where there are seven meaning changes depending on which of the seven words is vocally highlighted.
Finally, the proposal is extended to additional languages, such as those demonstrating Default-to-Opposite Edge stress. Sometimes we do need to separate the two notions. Chen, S. Lingua,—Interactive prosodic marking of focus, boundary and newness in Mandarin Bei Wang, Yi Xu and Qifan Ding Short Title: Interactive prosodic marking of focus, boundary and newness in Mandarin Bei Wang Institute of Chinese Minority Language and Literatures, Minzu University of China were used to construct three syntactic structures that differed.
This book provides a state-of-the-art survey of intonation and prosodic structure. Taking a phonological perspective, it shows how morpho-syntactic constituents are mapped to prosodic constituents according to well-formedness atlasbowling.com by: 6.
Expletive infixation is a process by which an expletive or profanity is inserted into a word, usually for intensification. It is similar to tmesis, but not all instances are covered by the usual definition of tmesis because the words are not necessarily compounds.
The most commonly inserted English expletives are adjectival: either participles (fucking, mother-fucking, freaking, blooming. lines for French and Taiwan Mandarin data process-ing.
The deﬁnition for prosodic units remains un-changed. 3 Producing prosodic units French data The deﬁnition of prosodic units is adopted mainly from prosodic phonology (Selkirk, ; Nespor and Vogel, ) that proposed a universal hierar-chy of prosodic constituents.
At least two. Dordrecht: Springer. 59–), it is argued here that the Foot is not a universal constituent of the Prosodic Hierarchy; rather, some languages, such as Turkish and French, as well as early child languages, are footless.
Several types of evidence are presented in support of this proposal, from both Turkish and French, as well as child English. In the book, "Word: A Cross-Linguistic Typology," R.M.W. Dixon and Alexandra Y. Aikhenuald say that "Pausing appears in most cases (although perhaps not in all) to be related not to the grammatical word but to the phonological atlasbowling.com English, for instance, there are just a few examples of two grammatical words making up one phonological word, e.g.
don't, won't, he'll.