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The Scandinavian word accents by Eva Garding. Paperback 9789140046376). The Scandinavian word accents - Travaux de l'Institut de linguistique de Lund Author: Eva Garding.
The Scandinavian word accents (Travaux de l"Institut de linguistique de Lund). EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 9789140046376.
The results indicated that the accent contrast was preserved at low degrees of sentence stress and demonstrated a basic similarity of F0 peak timing and . The Scandinavian word accents. Travaux de l’Institut de linguistique de. 1977.
The results indicated that the accent contrast was preserved at low degrees of sentence stress and demonstrated a basic similarity of F0 peak timing and overall contour shapes between the two varieties.
Travaux de l'Institut de Linguistique de Lund, 1. cole des hautes études en sciences sociales, Centre de recherches linguistiques sur l'Asie orientale.
Travaux de l'Institut de Linguistique de Lund, 18. Liber. Wang, J. & Chen, X. (1981).
The Orsa word accent distinction was specified as having differentially timed single peaks appearing early (acute) vs. . Travaux de l’Institut de linguistique de Lund 11. Lund: CWK Gleerup. late (grave) in the stressed syllable (Meyer, 1937). Several decades later, there are various reasons for reconsidering the issue. First, the phonetic realization of the accents may have changed over time and, thus, our current notion of the Orsa accents does not necessarily reflect the accentual system of the dialect as spoken today.
The Scandinavian Word Accents, vol. 11, Travaux de l’Institut de linguistique de Lund. Gårding, Eva, Gösta Bruce & Ursula Willstedt. Transitional forms and their position in a prosodic typology of Swedish dialects. In Eva Gårding, Gösta Bruce & Robert Bannert (ed., Nordic Prosody. Papers from a symposium, vol. 13, Travaux de l’institut de linguistique de Lund, 197–206. Gårding, Eva & Per Lindblad.
The word ‘complement,’ as. used here, denotes clauses - including nominalized clauses - which function as the subject or. object of a matrix (main) predicate.
Eva-Kristina Salameh and Ulrika Nettelbladt’s chapter examines lexical development in bilingual children. Compared to a control group of Swedish-Arabic bilinguals educated in Swedish only, the bilingual group’s lexicon was more hierarchically orga-nised with greater use of paradigmatic associations.
The Scandinavian word accents. Lund : Gleerup. Levander L (1925, 1928).
In the case of the accents, however, the historical development appears to have gained in strength from south-east to north-west. In particular, the relatively late grave tone-peaks in the Ål and Djura dialects seem to agree with the southern Dalarna as well as some Västmanland and Uppland dialects. Beskrivning och historia I-II.